WHO DO WE BECOME WHEN WE ARE ANONYMOUS?
The live arts cabaret Local Transport begins its residency at Southbank Centre with three immersive works by leading artists, writers and thinkers that explore what anonymity means to us now, and how it protects us from surveillance, permanence, isolation, injustice and consequence. What happens when you strip identity away and leave only the message?
Each edition of Local Transport is a three-act live arts cabaret that examines cross-sections of contemporary society, culture, politics and economics through the prism of creative works created for the LT stage. You’ll be introduced to new or unperformed work by some of the best artists, writers and thinkers working today. This event is part of Local Transport’s residency at the Southbank Centre.