Owners of Apple iPhones will often say they can’t live without their favourite gadget.
But would they feel the same if they knew how the top end devices were put together?
The Agony and The Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, by American writer and Apple devotee Mike Daisey, and performed by Scottish actor Grant O’Rourke, is described as an hilarious and harrowing look at how our beloved iPhones are made. The show is at 8pm on Friday June 21 at Square Chapel Centre for the Arts, Halifax. Tickets are £9-£11 in advance from 01422 349422 or £10-£12 on the door.