Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
The most interesting theatre takes you where you didn’t expect to go, but director Ben Harrison takes you further still. As one of the foremost creators of site-specific theatre, Harrison has sent audiences on some surprising journeys.
Since 1994 I have explored the notion of site-specific work, most often in promenade. Promenade breaks down barriers between fellow audience members and between actor and audience so that the theatre truly becomes an act of mutual imagination. Also, most importantly, because it is an imaginative act created between strangers, it has a dangerous, flirtatious and erotic charge.