The Vox Pop vote is now open!

Oh yes ladies and gentlemen it’s time to vote for the Vox Pop story!

We have a mouth-watering line up of artists ready and waiting to create work directly in response to what you feel is the most urgent story on the news agenda.

Here’s how it works:

Below are four links to four current news stories listed A to E.

All you have to do is read them, then pick the one you think feels most urgent or of most interest to you, and then send us an e-mail saying either A, B, C, D or E (depending on your choice) to:

hello@nabokov-online.com 

Or just tweet us A, B, C, D or E at @nabokovtheatre 

Whichever story gets the most votes will be chosen.  

The voting closes at 5.00pm on Sunday 15 April 

The winner will be announced and given to our artists on Sunday 15 April and they will then have exactly seven days to create their pieces before they are performed live at the Soho Theatre on Sunday 22 April.

So get voting, and then get booking and we’ll see you there! 

The Stories 

A - From The Telegraph: Olympics: Boat Race protest swimmer Trenton Oldfield 'serves as a reminder of Olympic Games threat’

Click here to read

B - From The Guardian: Rendition ordeal that raises new questions about secret trials

Click here to read 

C - From The Independent: Grassroot activists vent their anger over threat to civil liberties posed by 'Big Brother' proposals 

Click here to read

D - From The Guardian: Iran nuclear talks: west demands closure of Fordo underground facility 

Click  here to read

E - From The Daily Mail: A national sex strike! Spain's 'high-class hookers refuse to sleep with bankers until they open up credit lines to cash-strapped families'

Click here to read

 

VOX POP

22 April 2012 // Time 6pm

Soho Theatre // Dean Street // London // W1D 3NE // Closest Tube: Tottenham Ct Rd / Leicester Sq.

Tickets // Price £10 // 020 7478 0100, www.sohotheatre.com