Updated: Jun 3, 2019
We like to think we can spot what is true and what is false. When we hear a news item we often make a very quick judgement about what has happened, who's to blame or what 's the story is an example of? We do this based on own preconceptions and ways of making sense of the world. Dissonance explores this process by making the audience part of the show as they explore the case of Simon Wetherby and have their say about his guilt and character.
In the clip below I talk about this aspect of the event.