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Trailer for Ring by David Rosenberg, Glen Neath and Fuel
  • Trailer for Ring by David Rosenberg, Glen Neath and Fuel ~
  •  ~ Image: Suzanne Dietz
  •  ~ Image: Susanne Dietz

“I haven’t been affected by a show as profoundly in a long time.” Wired

Ring is a surreal sound journey in complete darkness and an antidote to choice. Wearing headphones that
amplify every intimate detail, you are transported to another room very similar to the one you entered…

But in this room you have been recognised.

At times seductive, at times unnerving, Ring places the audience at the heart of a thrilling attack on their
own identity.

Please be aware that a total blackout is used for the majority of the performance. Recommended for age 16+.


Triggered@Warwick. Originally funded by Arts Council England.

Creative Team

Conceived and directed by David Rosenberg
Written by Glen Neath
Music and sound by Ben and Max Ringham

Critical Acclaim for Ring

“Throwing aside all theatre conventions and encouraging you to let your imagination run wild, this piece is disconcerting, unnerving, intense, captivating, extremely clever, intriguing and unique... I cannot recommend it highly enough, this is an absolute must “see.” ***** What’s on Stage

“I haven’t been affected by a show as profoundly in a long time.” Wired

“totally unnerving but completely thrilling… completely unique experience that is truly one of a kind.” A Younger Theatre

“so weirdly interesting that I'd happily repeat it.” Lyn Gardner, Guardian

“spine-chilling” **** The Herald

Read an interview with David Rosenberg in Run Riot

Previous Critical Acclaim for David Rosenberg and Glen Neath

“His work is stylish and suggestive, creating an atmosphere that stays with audiences – and troubles them too.” In Praise of David Rosenberg, Guardian

“A clever left-field debut... surreally witty, it recalls the same European sense of experiment at work in Samuel Beckett, Eugene Ionesco and Magnus Mills...” In Praise of Glen Neath, The Metro on The Outgoing Man

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