«Remote Kyiv» — travel perfopmance

We'd like to talk with you.
About relationships with beloved city.

To be more precise, with Kyiv, which we've known for a long time, where we drank vine in Podil and tried to hide from rain in Reytarska street's yards. But even strong love requires new impressions and new points of view. What about the view point of artificial intelligence?
You are welcome to have a new different look at your Kyiv.
Say, to see it with the eyes of the world most unusual non-standard theatre projects designers Rimini Protokoll while listening to synthetic performance's voice Remote Kyiv.

Don't be afraid, this is what people did in Paris, Kowloon (Hong Kong), Berlin, Milan, London, and other tens of world capitals.
So we believe the experience of the folks from Rimini Protokoll and now we trusted them our dearest and nearest – our Kyiv.

The plan is simple: you have the headphones and you are ready to follow us. We have a new route, new voice and new important ideas we have to convey.
Take your trainers in the hall, get your tickets here, and meet us at the Zvirynetske Cemetery (nothing scaring, but just a beautiful spot).

We'll perform in Ukrainian. As requested in English and French.

Project team

Concept, script and direction: Stefan Kaegi
Exploring the location, script and direction in Kyiv: Jörg Karrenbauer,
Sound design concept: Nikolas Neecke
Sound design concept in Kyiv: Katia Reshetnikova, Nikolas Neecke
Dramaturgy: Aljoscha Begrich
Production Management: Epona Hamdan

«Remote X» is a production of Rimini Apparat.
In coproduction with HAU Hebbel am Ufer Berlin, Maria Matos Teatro Municipal and Goethe-Institute Portugal, Festival Theaterformen Hannover/Braunschweig, Festival d'Avignon, Zürcher Theater Spektakel, Kaserne Basel.

Supported by the Capital Cultural Fund Berlin and by Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia and Fachausschuss Tanz und Theater Kanton Basel-Stadt. A House on Fire coproduction with the support of the Cultural Program of the European Union.


Project Leader: Oleksandr Stuzhuk;
Director: Polina Baranychenko;
Assistant Director: Anna Leshchenko;
Administrator: Olena Motovylova;
Project Manager: Evgenia Berezina.
Siri, Google, Alexa – we've been using the folks' recommendations for a long time and we got used to ask them for advice about this and that. But what if mysterious artificial intelligence had to tell us something about life?

We'll clear it up while walking around Remote Kyiv.

The international project Remote from Rimini Protokoll is one of the world most loud non-standard theatre projects.

REMOTE has already told people about secrets of the tens of the megalopolises such as Paris, Kowloon (Hong Kong), Berlin and Abu Dhabi. And time has come to learn what Kyiv is whispering to you.
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What does it look like
We always start the performances in time, so do not be late. You'd better come 15 minutes before time than to be late and stay behind «the closed door». The play starts in one place and ends in a different one. So you'd better arrive in taxi or on foot.
Moreover, as practice shows, you would like to have a glass of champagne at the end of your travel. To have it don't come by your car. And please mind to put on strong walking shoes as it's more convenient to walk in comfortable ones.
Meeting place

21 Verkhnya Street, the Zvirynetske Cemetery (near the entrance).

If you have any questions on administrative matters and corporate events, call us on:
+38 (050) 041 46 79
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