Best Festival Ever
"The interactivity made it so fun that I didn't realise how much I was learning...this session was the best introduction to systems we've had!"
- Audience member
The Seymour Centre's Great Ideas Performance Series, May-June 2017
CAMP - China Australia Millennial Project, Shanghai 2017
Arts House, Melbourne, July 2016
The Street Theatre, 2015
Stockholm Resilience Centre, 2014
London Science Museum (Dana Centre) , 2014
Battersea Arts Centre, 2012-2014
University College London 2012
Best Festival Ever: How To Manage A Disaster is an interactive performance for an audience seated around a table. Developed in collaboration with research scientists, the show explores concepts from Systems Science and Climate Modelling. Created as a portable work for a variety of audiences, the show has been presented in theatres, conferences, festivals, museums, classrooms, offices and boardrooms.
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"Boho opened the eyes of our corporate clients to the possibilities in presenting concepts like resilience, complexity and systems thinking in a hands-on and participatory approach. As senior safety executives with sophisticated systems, Best Festival Ever gave them a new way to think about engagement with their executives and their workforce on matters like safety in design and emergency management. Sparking ongoing positive conversations between attendees, we highly recommend it."
Alena Titterton, Partner, Occupational Health, Safety and Security, Clyde & Co