• Now available to download on iOS and Android devices 

    LIVR, the world’s first on-demand virtual reality content platform for theatre and the performing arts, has arrived. LIVR offers consumers a fully immersive 360° virtual reality experience that transports them into the audience at great live performances to enjoy as though they were there.

    And all that’s needed to get started is a mobile phone and an interest in theatre. For a monthly subscription of just £5.99, LIVR users get access to an ever-growing library of stunning high-quality VR content to stream on-demand from the comfort of home, as well as a smartphone VR headset absolutely free. LIVR subscribers receive a credit each month to unlock a show of their choice.

    Customers can sign up and subscribe now at WWW.LIVR.CO.UK, then download the LIVR app for iOS and Android devices via the AppStore and Google Play Store. LIVR will be available on Oculus Go very soon and is rolling out to all other VR platforms in the coming weeks.

    To date, LIVR has captured over 100 productions (and counting!) and will be releasing eight exclusive new shows to the platform each month. From brave new works by emerging artists to critically acclaimed productions across multiple genres and formats, there is something for all tastes.

    The launch lineup features award-winning shows, Edinburgh Festival smash hits, unique takes on classics, laugh-out-loud comedies and thumping gig-theatre pieces, among many more. Explore current shows here.

    With the goal of making the theatre experience more accessible to all; LIVR offers theatre makers a legacy home for their work with the opportunity to reach new audiences long after the run finishes while offering consumers the chance to catch some of the gems they may have otherwise missed.

    For more information, visit WWW.LIVR.CO.UK. Create an account for free to keep up with the latest news and show releases, and subscribe for just £5.99 to receive a FREE VR headset and full access to the platform.

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