Our moderator Clare is almost certain that you are a good person, and she’s ready to guide you through this interactive film , which will (fingers-crossed) give you a certificate to prove it! She’s sure you’ll find it a fun and rewarding experience, whether you’re on your own, or with a few close friends or colleagues.
Featuring candid testimony and confessions from people across the country, you’ll need your moral compass engaged to separate what’s OK and what’s…well…not.
Take This Test [to find out if you're a good person] starts by prodding at the absurdity of personality tests, from Buzzfeed-style clickbait to psychometrics, before taking us somewhere else entirely, all to explore our sense of morality, and if anything can really be described as good, or bad.WATCH NOW
We highly recommend using a desktop or laptop computer to experience the film. And that you use a modern browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari) on an up-to-date operating system.
You can experience the film on your own, or as a group gathered round one screen.
During the film you'll be asked questions, some of which are multiple choice, some of which require you to input text. You navigate through the film using your mouse and keyboard, just like on any other website.
FREE TO WATCH
Duration 40 minutes.
Age guidance is 14+ (language/swearing + description of moderate violence).
The experience is captioned.
Note that for ease of use, your answers will be saved locally in your browser. You will be able to delete them at any time and will be prompted to at the end of the experience.WATCH NOW
Take This Test (to find out if you're a good person) was initially available online during October 2021 exclusively at the dates and venue websites listed below.
4th - 6th October
7th - 11th October
12th - 14th October
14th - 16th October
Written & Directed by
Devised & performed by
Rachel Leah Hosker
Stu Barter & Clare Dunn
Developed with support from
The Marlowe Theatre and The Mercury as a part of Catalyst For Culture Programme
Public funding through the National Lottery through Arts Council England
With thanks to
Christopher Bacon & Sarah Bartley at University of Reading, BSL interpreter Adrian Bailey