Hyperconnectivity Through The Mobile Phone Show

This week, the Truro School Senior Play, The Mobile Phone Show, comes to the Burrell Theatre.


This new piece of writing by Jim Cartwright looks as the importance of the mobile phone in the 21st Century and how we use it to stay connected, explore the world and store our lives.


4th Year cast member Rebecca says it’s an incredibly innovative and original play:


The Mobile Phone Show revolves around hyperconnectivity through the emblem of the modern age; the mobile phone, and how it connects our lives. The play evokes an array of different emotions, from tender and emotional to the silly and outright funny. The way the show incorporates the audience and uses modern technology to enhance the performance makes The Mobile Phone Show such an innovative and original piece of theatre.


“I feel honoured to be a member of this fantastic cast and I’m incredibly excited about opening night! The cast for the show are amazing and it’s been a wonderful experience working with them, we’ve had some good laughs during rehearsals and I’ve made lots of friends that I wouldn’t necessarily have been able to make had I not been a part of this wonderful play.”


The Mobile Phone Show opens at the Burrell Theatre on Thursday 13 March.


Tickets: Adults £7, Concession £5

Available from www.burrelltheatre.co.uk