Frequency 2019 Programme



INKA, Bleeding Edge

Thu 24 October

Time: 7:30pm

Location: LPAC Studio 1

When two scientists struggle to parent their youngest son, they create Inka. Inka provides human companionship, without human commitment – and she remembers everything… both good and bad. As Isaac becomes an adult, and faces the loss of his family, he seeks solace in Inka once more. A performance which explores the humanity in humanoids, Inka combines physical theatre and contemporary storytelling to create a dark, tender, coming-of-age story.

Using physical theatre, composed music, live-stream video, naturalistic dialogue and contemporary storytelling. INKA explores the humanity in humanoids and the disturbing advancement of artificial intelligence.


Tickets are available to purchase on LPAC website

Tickets: £8 Full // £5 LIVE PASS (Students & Under 26s)

Start time: 7:30pm

Running Time: 1 hour (no interval)

Location: Studio 1

Age: 14+

About the Artist

Bleeding Edge

Bleeding Edge are a collaborative devising company, who create theatre developed from their shared interest of how technology can have a negative effect on human relationships. Artistic backgrounds in script-writing, movement and storytelling blend together to create original and contemporary theatre. The ‘Bleeding Edge’ stage of production, is categorised by machinery that is unreliable and prone to errors. We explore these potential errors in technology and how these effect people and the broader society dominated by technology.


Facebook: /bleedingedgetheatre

Twitter: @bleedingedgetc #INKA