I Have No Enemies

Four people wearing black with coloured face paint.
Textured divide




Gorman Arts Centre


7.30 pm - 9.30 pm
1 - 11 March 2023


Ralph Wilson Theatre

An original post-dramatic play about surveillance, data collection, and how we make sense of our place in the digital world.

After stumbling upon a private voicemail full of sensitive information, four actors embark on a morally-ambiguous sociological experiment to untangle the reality of life online. Who are you trusting with your data? Who’s behind the screens? What if it’s a group of unhinged sociopaths like us?

It’s a cyberpunk detective story. It’s a maniacal TED talk. It’s a live-action 90s hacker movie. And it’s all true. We think. We’re getting confused. And paranoid. We’re probably on a watchlist. Not that we’ve done anything wrong. We’ve nothing to hide. We have no enemies. Has anyone actually read the terms & conditions?

Confronting, enlightening and absurdly entertaining, I Have No Enemies is radical contemporary theatre that decodes the uncomfortable truth of life through a lens.

Box Office and Bar open from 7 pm, performance begins at 7.30 pm. Latecomers may not be admitted.

Join the opening of Jasmine Guffond’s Listening Back at 6pm for an immersive exhibition exploring data surveillance and join an enlightening panel talk They’re Following Us  featuring Jasmine, Chris Carroll and Dr Sean Donohue.

I Have No Enemies is presented by Bare Witness Theatre Co., in partnership with Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres, and supported by the ACT Government through artsACT.