User Not Found Reviews

We have been delighted with the reception by critics and audiences to User Not Found, performed at the Jeelie Piece Cafe as part of the Traverse Festival.

  • “O’Donovan’s understated but deeply emotional performance generates an ethereal experience of astonishing power“ ★★★★★ 
    The Reviews Hub
  • “A raw and magnetic performance... a gorgeous show about grief in the era of hyper connectivity“. ★★★★ 
    Time Out
  • “Written with a chatty poetic restraint by Chris Goode, this show is a beautiful dance of love, death and grief delivered via a single live performer (the phenomenal Terry O’Donovan), headphones and mobile phones.“ ★★★★
    Lyn Gardner in The Independent
  • “A tender, intimate story of love and letting go.” ★★★★ 
    The Guardian
  • “It feels like a privilege to listen to and watch O’Donovan so intimately.” ★★★★  
    The Stage
  • “We go through the emotions together in this impressive digital performance.” ★★★★ 
    The Wee Review

User Not Found Tour

Take On Me Tour

Take On Me Tour

We're so excited to announce that Take On Me's application to the Arts Council's Strategic Touring programme has been successful! We have been overwhelmed by the energy and investment from our partners to bring the Take On Me project across the UK: South Street Arts, Ideas Test, Creative Arts East and Ealing Council, The Lowry and Lighthouse Poole.

We're looking forward to revisiting the legwarmers and headbands, creating new local casts everywhere we go and training the site-specific producers and makers of the future. Performance dates will be announced very soon!

User Not Found Trailer

It’s the moment of your death.
There’s a magic button.
Do you delete your entire online legacy?
Or do you keep it – and leave the choice for someone else?

New De-Commisioned Prison Project

New De-Commisioned Prison Project

We are currently developing a new project exploring the first same-sex marriage in a UK prison, which took place in 2015. This case is the inspiration for a new production, which will be a promenade performance taking place in decommissioned prisons. The production will include one-on-one moments alongside collective experiences. Read more on the project page.


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