Search for the perfect place to hide a secret
Ride on the voices of strangers
Combining theatre with gameplay, mobile technology, and cycling, Rider Spoke and Beryl invites you to ride through the streets of Norwich guided by a smartphone app with a narrator and a delicate score by Blanket. This immersive experience will take you on a journey where you will be prompted to think about the people in your life while you search for the perfect place to hide a secret. You will be urged to record messages and share them with strangers you will never meet.
As you ride, the voices of strangers will draw you to new and unknown places, in this covid-proof experience where you are outdoors and cycling alone.
It all begins at Festival Gardens, Chapelfield, between Thursday 27 and Saturday 29 May.
Get your ticket for as little as £5. Find out more and book. You’ll have the option of adding a Beryl bike after you’ve selected your tickets.
About Rider Spoke
Rider Spoke premiered with a sold-out season at the Barbican in London and has since been shown in 20 cities worldwide. Based in Brighton, Blast Theory creates internationally celebrated experiences that explore how we connect with strangers and how technology shapes society.