A few decades from now, a couple are struggling to conceive, but fortunately their company has the perfect solution.

A woman waits in a VR metaverse to do homework with her young daughter.

In a care home staffed by advanced AIs, a woman struggles to make a connection with her android carer.

Three plays at every performance

Interference is a trilogy of near future plays. Staged in an empty office block transformed with vivid projection and atmospheric soundscapes. It asks the question: will technology interfere with what we really need from each other?

Written by Morna Pearson, Hannah Khalil and Vlad Butucea. Directed by Cora Bissett.


£15 / Concessions £12 / Previews £10 / Futureproof Passport £5

Running Time:

150 minutes

Accessible performances available:

  • BSL British Sign Language Performance

  • Captioned

  • Audio Described

  • Autism Friendly

  • Relaxed Performance

  • Wheelchair Accessible

Recommended Age Guide:




Venue Information:

Interference will take place at City Park, 368 Alexandra Parade. Seating is unreserved and the venue is fully accessible.

Limited parking is available at City Park for evening performances.

Content Guidance and Trigger Warnings:

Interference addresses adult themes including infertility and euthanasia.

Additional Tickets

Additional tickets may be released early afternoon for that day’s performance. Make sure to keep an eye on our social feeds and check back here for any new releases.


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Interference | The Deep Dive

Our Digital Thinker in Residence, Harry Wilson, goes behind the themes of the plays, unpacking the current debates around the moral issues of artificial intelligence, designer babies, and automated care through a series of curated TEDtalks, videos and article links, introducing you to some of the real-world concerns that Interference tackles.

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Making Interference

Interference Director, Cora Bissett, writes about the process of bringing three different writers together to create a dystopian trilogy of plays exploring how technology is affecting our relationships with each other, and with ourselves.

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Creative team


Futureproof Passport

Aged 14-26? Want to try something new? Click to read on about our Futureproof Passport scheme which entitles the holder to £5 tickets across National Theatre of Scotland productions.

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