The streets, windows and balconies across the district are packed full of debauched and satirical spectacle; lonesome brides enact masonic rituals in locked hotel rooms, bankers gamble over the fates of small business. The passing voyeur’s eyes are pulled everywhere, interweaving in tapestries of decadence; the heist taking place through the restaurant window, demonic ‘it’ girls injecting themselves with over-sized botox treatments, over-tanned holiday makers- skin peeling from their sun scars.
Inside the district’s nooks and crannies there is a much deeper level of immersion awaiting the avid game player. An elaborate game of Cat and Mouse, staff and managers waging war, which side to choose? The desire to expose corruption or the desire to crush dissent? A non-linear maze encourages punters to find clues, follow mechanics, interrogate characters and choose affiliations within the disastrously self-serving politics of Paradise Heights.
"Fantasy and reality collide"
- the festivals uk
"Bursting with utterly bonkers curios"
- time out
"Satire at its highest, and most unutterably silly"
"Alive with an army of actors"