Pioneering stage show for performers

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Ever wanted to place your hand on a screen and watch it react to your touch?

Green Eyed Zero, a performance company, have done exactly that and pioneered multi-touch screen technology which they use to make the dancers blend with the stage itself.

Visitors to The Spring, Fareham, have the chance to witness this groundbreaking theatre tonight.

Folie a Deux, is directed by the award winning director Bim Mason, who has toured solo around the country.

The plot is centred around two patients in a mental hospital, a woman who cannot remember her past and a man who believes he is dead, and they share their memories.

The performance is centred round a large scaffolding structure, with an electronic screen that showcases the technology.

Tickets: The Spring, Havant, (023) 9247 2700 or