Splash and Ripple are a Bristol based live event creators, making experiences both real and digital. To achieve this they employ a combination of games, immersive technology and interactive theatre. Part of the Bristol street game scene, creative director Rosie Fairchild has been creating, producing and directing real world games for over four years now. Highlights include Splash & Ripple’s first production Shadows Follow, and working as developer and director on Slingshot’s 2.8 hours later.
Rosie will be talking briefly about the rapidly burgeoning scene of real world games, and running Babel, an indoor game with a bit of running about that tests the power of communicating without words, working in teams to find hidden objects and sneak up on others.