This listing is from a previous year. Search for current listings.
The Deepwater Horizon explosion has been described as the largest accidental marine oil spill in the history of the petroleum industry. Double Fringe First winners Look Left Look Right investigate the true cost of the BP oil spill and its impact on our daily lives. Told by those directly affected, from families of the victims to local fishermen and Peak Oil scientists, this compelling documentary play explores word for word the disaster and its consequences. 'Eye-opening theatre that's an absolute must-see' ★★★★★ (Metro for The Caravan, 2008). www.lookleftlookright.com. All ages.
Look Left Look Right / Escalator East To Edinburgh.
Text supplied by third party.
We have no details of upcoming performances.
Reviews & features
NOLA8 Aug 2012
Underwhelming take on the 2010 BP oil spill
Theatre company Look Left Look Right scored two hits last year with innovative interactive pieces – You Once Said Yes and You Wouldn’t Know Him, He Lives In Texas – and their offering this year is a verbatim documentary piece about the 2010 BP oil…
Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012: Theatre highlights11 Jul 2012
Steve Jobs, Casablanca, Belt Up, MacBeth in Scots and more
The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs. Mike Daisey’s powerful monologue, which shed uncomfortable light on the appalling working conditions in Chinese factories creating Apple products, attracted acclaim and controversy in the US. You’ll never look at…
Tell us more about this listing.