‘Reclaim the heavens! Cities in the sky! Concrete solutions!’
Let Slip, a London-based theatre company, present their latest play Machines for Living, satirising the legacy of Britain’s tower blocks. The play focuses on two architects think their design ideologies can change the way we live. But when they move into the tower block they have built, although engineered to encourage kinship and social harmony, the building falls into disrepair and social decay.
Machines for Living follows Let Slip’s debut show Hamster Town, which was staged at Camden People’s Theatre in August 2011. The play will be on at The Blue Elephant Theatre in Camberwell, London until 16 June.
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