The Big Data Show

The Big Data Show

The Big Data Show on tour to Scottish Schools

 

In November and December 2021, we’re taking The Big Data Show (Online) to schools across Scotland.

 

School groups will be able to take part in The Big Data Show, along with two remote workshops, qualifying pupils for an SQA Level 3 certificate in Cyber Resilience and Digital Citizenship. All costs are covered by Civic Digits and our supporters.

 

The project is delivered in three parts. Parts 1 and 2 need to be booked in advance. Part 3 should be delivered at least 2 days after Part 2, to allow for 4 hours of self-study (resources and activities for this can be provided).

 

For more information and to book for free for your school, email our Producer, Robyn Jancovich-Brown (contact@civicdigits.com).

About The Big Data Show

 

In 1984 Rupert Goodwins, a teenage ethical hacker, hacked the email account of Prince Philip. At a time when cybercrime didn’t exist, he and his friends were prosecuted with (but not convicted of) forgery. This case formed the basis of today’s cybercrime laws.

 

The Big Data Show is a ground-breaking, immersive theatre experience using performance, gaming and digital magic, which tells that story, and explores the importance of cybersecurity in today’s digital world.

 

The Big Data Show takes the form of a two- hour interactive theatre show, designed to educate young people across the UK in cyber vulnerability.

 

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Reviews

It was excellent...[my daughter] pure lit up while watching the actors and playing the games and puzzles. Was really cool to see that as I was sitting next to her.

Audience member

Had a tremendous time watching #TheBigDataShow today. It’s so packed with quirky details and a fab soundscape...

Audience member

I was really impressed with the way Civic Digits had considered the way their audience interacts with multiple screens as standard and how they embraced this in their performance...a deeply immersive and entertaining experience.

Audience member

Cybersecurity is a challenging subject to engage people in: it is largely invisible and the threats can feel very far away; approaching it from the perspective of a hacker, therefore breaking down who has the right to design, shape or benefit from the internet was a really unique approach and made me consider cybersecurity in a way I had never done before

Audience member

Just finished watching the show with my 13-year old son, who really enjoyed it. Very clever and brilliantly paced.

Audience member

Creative Team

Co-writers Clare Duffy & Rupert Goodwins
Director Clare Duffy
Art Director Ana Inés Jabares-Pita
Sound Designer & Composer Susan Bear
Editor & Animator Iain McCall
Project Manager Robyn Jancovich-Brown
Executive Producer Suzy Glass
Performers Cindy Awor & Kim Allan
App Developers Two Tails Indie Game Studios
Web Developers Fox Dog Studios
Original App Developers Orthurus
Additional filming Ruth Barrie & Glenda Rome of Waltzer Films
Production Manager Chris Hay
Technical Manager Andrew Kirkby
Press & PR Magda Paduch for Cornershop PR
Marketing Helen Eragona
Access Consultant Dalton Weir
Creative Technologist Libby Odai
Co-produced by Perth Theatre at Horsecross Arts and Unlimited Theatre
Presented as part of the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework

With thanks to:

Rob Schifreen
Keith Lockstone
Dan O Donnell
Alistair Kelman
Chris Lewis

How to take part