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Silent theatre techniques are now being used by companies in Liverpool, Birmingham and Glasgow.Street performers have used the concept as a solution to overcome bans on amplification and loudspeakers on the street.The concept was used by eco-activists in the early 1990s, utilizing headphones at outdoor parties to minimize noise pollution and disturbance to the local wildlife.In 1994, the Glastonbury Festival linked its on-site radio station to the video screen sited next to the Main Stage, allowing festival goers to watch late night World Cup football and music videos on the giant screen after the sound curfew by using their own portable radios.

Similar events are "mobile clubbing" gatherings, where a group of people dance to the music on their personal music players.

The idea was the brainchild of the project manager from Proquip, who supplied the giant screen, and engineers from Moles Recording Studio in Bath, Somerset, who were working with Radio Avalon.

In May 2000, BBC Live Music held a "silent gig" at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff, where the audience listened to a band, Rocketgoldstar, and various DJs through headphones.

Their first performance, The Gingerbread House, took the audience from The Courtyard, Hereford on a journey through a multi-storey car park in the centre of Hereford.

In 2010, their second show, Locked (Rapunzel’s Lament), took place in a children’s playground, also in Hereford.

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