Experience a troubling, terrifying dystopia with The Nether tickets in this difficult to watch but powerful new play
Following a sold out run at the Royal Court Theatre, The Nether makes a triumphant West End transfer to the Duke of York’s Theatre.
Jennifer Haley’s The Nether is set in a live interactive virtual world called The Nether Realm in which users can choose whatever identity they wish as well as allowing them the ability to indulge their darkest desires.
As a young detective delves further into The Nether she stumbles upon some disturbingly illicit goings on which lead the audience to question how lawful behaving a certain way in an alternate reality can really be.
Touching on themes of murder, rape and paedophilia, The Nether is a truly alarming imagination of the modernising world. Set in the year 2050, the show depicts life in a not so distant future as we rely more and more on our online selves.
The creative team include Headlong’s Jeremy Herrin as director and Es Devlin as designer.
The Nether is a show that discusses paedophilia and includes notions rape and murder. The show is therefore absolutely not suitable for children.