Residency At Trafalgar Studios Earned By Bitcoin Funded Silk Road
The theatrical version of people utilizing the deep web in a play known as the “Silk Road: How to buy Drugs Online,” has been reported by news.bitcoin.com, last December. After appearing at the world-famous Edinburg Fringe and the Vault festival, the play got rave reviews. The performance is hosting the production at the famous theatre London’s Trafalgar studios for twenty-day residency, as a result of the show’s popularity.
Rave Reviews, received by the Silk Road Theatre Production writer Alex Oates
News.bitcoin.com reported on a play that appeared in the UK known as the “Silk Road: How to buy drug Online,” just before the end of the phenomenal 2017 cryptocurrency run. When an anonymous person donated funds towards the production, the performance has been found entirely in BTC. The play is about a 19-year old man that goes by the name of Bruce Blakemore who learns about the deep web and darknet markets. In addition to the above, the play was written by well known English playwright Alex Oates. Additionally, the play is about the tales of the Dead Pirate Roberts (DPR) and also interviews with real Silk vendors.
The production has received rave reviews since the play took place at the notorious Edinburgh Fringe and at the Vault festival.
This is both a grotesque, criminal chapter and an adolescent, such as “like a hybrid of ‘snatch’ and ‘starter for Ten’. Silk Road is the best thing to come from its namesake, gritty and very well written by Old Vic New Voices playwright Alex Oates, according to Three Week review, as reported by news.bitcoin.com.
At London’s Trafalgar Studio, a twenty-day residency
From August 7 through September 1, 2018, the shows at Edinburgh and the Vault Festival, and the great reviews have aided the cryptocurrency funded show to accomplish a residency at London’s popular Trafalgar Studios. In an interview, Oates explained that cryptocurrency’s trend within our culture is here to stay, according to an interview with the regional publication, the Evening Standard.
Oates noted, “Back in 2014, Bitcoin was a bit of a novelty so I couldn’t be more thrilled that Silk Road (How to Buy Drugs Online), which was initially made possible through an anonymous donation of Bitcoin, is back with a run at Trafalgar Studios this summer,” according to news.bitcoin.com.
Dominic Shaw is the director of Oates play, as well as the West End London theatre Trafalgar Studios is a prestigious auditorium that once was called the “Whitehall Theatre.” Reports detail that Oates has amassed a portfolio of “multiple cryptocurrencies,” since 2014, although no one knows much funding the writer got from the anonymous donor.