Virtually Everywhere, Virtually

Virtually Everywhere, Virtually
by Matthew Whittle

Through the seemingly limitless power of Google we can learn everything about a place’s history and culture, we can read rolling updates of a community’s thoughts, and we can view every street in 360° high-definition – but does that mean we know a place? Does the internet really bring us closer together or is it all just simulation?

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Matthew Whittle has been working in and around Bristol’s theatres for nearly a decade. He is co-Artistic Director at The Wardrobe Theatre (recently working on in-house productions of Wildbore and Oedipuss In Boots), Creative Producer with FellSwoop Theatre (recently devising, adapting and touring Patrick deWitt’s Ablutions), Director/Producer for Closer Each Day (who perform a fortnightly live improvised soap opera), and a Producer/Performer with The Smoking Puppet Cabaret (Bristol Festival of Puppetry and Shambala Festival collaborators) and Utterance (The Wardrobe Theatre’s choir). Other passions include cycling. matthewwhittleblog.blogspot.co.uk

Commissioned by Theatre Bristol for 34 Bristols.