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Performance Time: 7:30pm plus 1:00pm Saturday matinees 

Covid-19 Policy:

We are no longer operating social distancing, and face coverings are encouraged but not mandatory. 

​Tickets:  28th Feb - 4th March 2023  Pay What You Feel (booking essential)

7th - 18th March 2023  £15-£3

Running Time: Approx. 75 mins

Age Rec: 16+

Access: Captioned performance Wednesday8th March , Audio Described performance Wednesday 15th March. Relaxed performances each Saturday matinee.

Content Warnings: This performance may contain themes and language that some audiences may find upsetting and distressing for more information please contact the theatre.

This is not a normal theatre show. It is a job interview. And you are the panel.

Prepare to meet the next energised and highly-motivated job candidate, applying for an exciting new work opportunity. They’ve worked hard to reach the final stage of the interview process, and it’s time for you to help them succeed... or not.

Zantion Recruitment unlocks potential candidates on their creative and professional precipice, helping them become "the CEO of their own lives". And they need your help. They want you to maximally evolve, self-disrupt, and auto-conference at this unique event. With Zantion, you will discover and design tomorrow’s workforce, today*.

The interviewees can't wait to meet you. All you need to bring is your enthusiasm for their success (and a valid ticket).


Optional dress code: Business Magnate Megastar.


*Failure to attend will result in exclusion from future Zantion schemes.


Creative Team: Andy Owen Cook, Alfie Heffer, Inés Collado, Olga Hernandez. Devised by the company and artists in Newcastle.

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About Forest Sounds: Critically-acclaimed theatre company Forest Sounds make raucous and hilarious shows that place an audience at the centre of a surreal world that slowly opens up around them. Forest Sounds turn their audiences into collaborators and co-conspirators in bizarre and darkly comedic situations that subtly reflect deadly serious social and political contexts.


On Forest Sounds Theatre's The Church of Jim

★★★★★“Weird, wonderful and somewhat outrageous...with a genuine intention for positivity and community...from terrifying and bizarre, to beautiful and hypnotic.”-Stateof the Arts

★★★★“I don’t remember the last time I laughed so hard.”–Amanda Munro, artsdepot

On Forest Sounds Theatre’s A Party After the End of the World:

“I found myself in a room full of almost strangers, giddy with the possibility of positive human interaction.”-State of the Arts

“We were more than active participants in the experience, we were the experience.”-The Quietus