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F. Off

Overview

National Youth Theatre present

F.Off 

By Tatty Hennessy 
Directed by Paul Roseby 
Associate Director Meghan Doyle 

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12.50 - 14.05, 2-25 August (not 12th)
Belly Button, Cowgate 

"a chewy, compelling production"
★★★★ The Times 

"Highly entertaining...F Off is dynamic, fun and makes you question both our use of the internet and the internet’s use of us."
Edinburgh festival 2019: the shows we recommend The Guardian

"it's one of those great shows. Dynamic, funny, challenging, irreverent and a perfect showcase for the NYT talent"
★★★★★ UK Theatre Web 

"an extremely engaging and eye-opening show..F. Off is not to be missed."
★★★★★ The Scots Reviewer

★★★★ British Theatre Guide 

★★★★ The Spy in the Stalls 

"The NYT have pulled off an incredible feat, a highly entertaining hour-long show that will appeal to old and young alike." 
★★★★ Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

It's The People vs. Mark Zuckerberg. And you're the jury.

"The best NYT show i've seen in years" Ian McKellen, NYT Patron 

As the extremes of social media kick up an unsettling and unsavoury stink, we are kicking off in response in true interrogatory style to put Mark Zuckerberg and his social media colleagues ‘on trial.’ Written by Evening Standard ‘one-to-watch’ Tatty Hennessy and wittily directed by NYT Artistic Director Paul Roseby. 

With the growth in surveillance capitalism and data swaps to make any liberal blush, the question on our lips will be who really is to blame and who is following who?

So we ask you, the audience to be the jury and the National Youth Theatre company will be the disrupters. All done with a heavy helping of humour, some knitting and hard-core experts.

F. Off was developed as a workshop production in 2018 with 30 members of the National Youth Theatre from across the UK. Watch them talk about the experience on Channel 4 News here

"Youth Theatre at its most mature and most thrilling"
**** The Guardian on The Fall by NYT

Check out shows National Youth Theatre members and alumni are taking to the Edinburgh Festival here


NYT Company 

  

      Kareem Adeshina                       Gabriel Akamo 

  

      Rob Appleton                     Amelia Braithwaite 

  

     Jessica Enemokwu                     Crispin Glancey

  

     Tiajna Izekor                               Jess Kambitsis 

  

    Daniel Lipton                            Shakira Newton

  

Kathrine Payne                            Will Stewart

Nathan Whitebrook 

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