Does privacy exist anymore?
In 2009, Vivian Maier died lonely and alone in Chicago. Among her possessions was a treasure trove of photographs, now becoming acknowledged as the best street photography of the 20th century. Her outstanding work is shown all over the world. She would have been aghast that her privacy had been invaded.
Still is a magical realist imaginary meeting between H, a fictional hacker from London, and Maier. Set in a gallery space, it’s a funny, edgy, emotional experience: celebrating Maier’s work and exploring what we give away – knowingly and unwittingly.
Photos: Ludo des Cognets
DINNER & A SHOW OFFER
Make a night of it by booking a pre-show meal at Food @ the Mercury. Simply add either a two (£13.95) or three course (£15.95) meal to your basket along with your theatre tickets.
No need to choose what you are having in advance – simply select from the delicious options available on the night.
This show has been paired with our Mercury Comfort menu. Click here to take a look!
Please note this offer applies to evening performances only. Click here to see our daytime dining options.
STILL illuminates the horrifying reality of just how much we agree to share
Seeing audiences so emotionally affected in a modern play is unusual
Go and see – interesting privacy concept and two incredible female performances
You may also be interested in...
Showing: Tue 19 Jan 2021
Motivated by protecting the planet for her ten grand-children, Nancy Birtwhistle decided to change how she used plastic, single-use products and harmful...More info and tickets
Showing: Wed 20 Jan 2021
In conversation with Jojo Moyes to celebrate the release of The City of Tears. To celebrate the global English language publication of The City of Tears, the...More info and tickets
Showing: Thu 21 Jan 2021
Calling all creatives from the East of England! Meet East based Directors! – Hear what they are working on, ask questions and have the opportunity to talk...More info and tickets