Both stories centre on Promethean ambitions: scientists who, like the Greek Titan who created mankind, seek to crack the code of life and consciousness itself.
Looking for something for the weekend? Just two performances left to catch the premiere of Ian Dixon Potter’s The Test, the latest offering from Golden Age Theatre Company, which finishes its run tomorrow night (30 September 2017) at London’s White Bear Theatre. Here’s a round-up of some of our favourite review quotes.
This play is extremely relevant and mind-opening, which is why I believe more people should see it. The Test builds up questions – it provides little answers but definitely makes one think. Is our freedom really ours? Are we really in charge of our destiny?
The world of artificial intelligence may feel like the realm of sci-fi but in reality is closer than we think, the next frontier in the progression of scientific knowledge. And Ian Dixon Potter’s new play The Test shows the human race right at the point of breaching it.
Ian Dixon Potter’s new play The Test had its world premiere last night (19 September 2017) at London’s White Bear Theatre. The 60-minute performance runs every night (except Monday 25 September) at 9pm. Have a look at our full gallery of production shots here…
As the ultimate experiment of the Turing Test, which examines whether a machine can exhibit behaviour indistinguishable from a human, The Test takes the concept of Artificial Intelligence to another level. This is a well-researched, philosophical play with thought-provoking consequences.
How are preparations going for the premiere of Golden Age Theatre Company’s latest offering, The Test? Pretty well, by the look of our sneak-peek photos into rehearsals! The production runs from 19 to 30 September 2017 at London’s White Bear Theatre. Have a look and get booking…
Ian Dixon Potter’s new play The Test, which premieres this month at London’s White Bear Theatre, centres on British computer scientist Alan Turing’s famous test to determine whether a machine can exhibit human intelligence. We’ve gathered five videos also that also centre on the Turing Test – just in case you want to gen up beforehand.
Golden Age Theatre company returns to the White Bear Theatre next month with a new play about the promise – and peril – of the growth in Artificial Intelligence. The Test runs from 19 to 30 September 2017 only.
Ian Dixon has written and directed Boy Stroke Girl which, after sell-out seasons in 2016, returns to Camden’s Etcetera for two weeks only later this month. He explains how it came about and the gender identity issues it explores… 2015 had been a busy year for Golden Age Theatre Company with three new plays, The Dead Shepherd, The School of Light …