In ‘UBERmens’, theatre-makers dive into the world of meal couriers and the on-demand economy, spotlighting the experiences of both couriers and consumers, and asking the question: What if your boss is an app?
Farbod Fathinejadfard, Yuni Mahieu, Julie Mughunda & Joost Maaskant / Ntgent & Victoria Deluxe
✔ Dutch spoken
✔ English surtitles
Is a job as a (bicycle) courier for Uber or Deliveroo a low-threshold and flexible job for people struggling to enter the labour market? Or is it a modern form of slave labour without labour rights or social security? Theatre makers Julie Mughunda, Farbod Fathinejadfard, Yuni Mahieu and Joost Maaskant crawl on the saddle themselves for their first ever NTGent-production. Together, they explore what it means to have to survive in the on-demand economy.
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