The Unbuilt Room: Alexander the Great

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Unbuilt Room
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  • Tel: +44 (0)1937 546546
  • Email: boxoffice@bl.uk
  • From £5 – £10 Concessions available

A choice of four performances. Come in. Sit down. Explore.

This event takes place at the British Library.

The Unbuilt Room is part-performance, part-game: an interactive journey where people create stories… and stories create people.

This new edition of Seth Kriebel’s acclaimed ‘exploration game’ has been written especially to accompany the exhibition, Alexander the Great; the Making of a Myth. Inspired by choose-your-own-adventure stories and early text-adventure computer games, The Unbuilt Room: Alexander the Great combines the inventiveness of contemporary gaming with the simplicity of bare-bones storytelling.

Each performance is unique, shaped by your choices as you explore the legendary world of Alexander… without leaving your seat.

Seth Kriebel makes unusual performances, often inspired by games. His work has been presented across England and internationally. His retellings of Beowulf and The Death of King Arthur have been presented in venues and festivals and have toured extensively. His performance-games The Unbuilt Room, A House Repeated and We This Way have been presented in venues including Brighton International Festival, Battersea Arts Centre, Turner Contemporary, The Science Museum and Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery, and continue to tour nationally.

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Details

Name: The Unbuilt Room: Alexander the Great
Where: PACCAR 1
The British Library
96 Euston Road
London
NW1 2DB
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When: -
Price: From £5 – £10
Concessions available
Enquiries: +44 (0)1937 546546
boxoffice@bl.uk
Book now

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