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29 March - 06 April
Ant Hampton and Tim Etchells

Not to Scale


29 March - 06 April

Tuesday to Wednesday
Weekdays: sessions scheduled every 15 minutes, between 5PM and 7.45PM
Weekend: sessions scheduled every 15 minutes, between 4PM and 7.30PM

Reduced capacity: 2 people at a time
Available in English, Portuguese, Spanish, German and Dutch

Price 7€
Length 50 min.

Age restriction:


Created by  Tim Etchells and Ant Hampton
Sound Design and Editing Ant Hampton
Narrator in the English version Terry O’Connor
Narrator in the Portuguese version Joana Bárcia
Production Ana Riscado
Translation Francisco Frazão
Management Danila – Freitag Agency for the Performing Arts
Tour e Production Assistant Anna Chwialkowska
Coproduction Access Point, Dublin Theatre Festival, Teatro do Bairro Alto, Noorderzon Festival
Thanks to Isambard Khroustaliov and Lothar Ohlmeier for allowing the use of samples from Nowhere
Copresented  Brotéria and Teatro Viriato

This performance takes place at Brotéria, Rua de São Pedro de Alcântara, 3, next to Príncipe Real.

Access conditions

  • It is mandatory to wear a face mask inside the building before, during and after the sessions
  • Disinfect hands and adopt proper respiratory hygiene
  • Keep a safe distance and avoid crowding people
  • Bring your ticket from home or, if you really need to buy the ticket at TBA, choose contactless payment by debit card or MBway.
  • At entrances and exits, follow the recommendations of the TBA team

Not to Scale is a full-length autotheatre performance which draws two participants into shared experiments and intertwined processes of drawing, erasing and listening. Guided by a soundtrack, you create a shared journey using pencil on paper. Crude doodles soon come to life in a comical and unsettling picture book narrative that plays constantly with the tension between creation and destruction, life and death, energy and entropy. Stories, pictures, ideas appear and disappear constantly on the page, and start to unfold into a lo-fi carnival of possibility.

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