A theatre in Ukraine's Ivano-Frankivsk has reinvented William Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet', staging it in the industrial halls of an old Soviet factory.
Before the performance starts, spectators are given hard hats and a map to navigate through the factory's workshops and on to the theatre's basement.
The audience follows the actors through different locations as the performance unfolds, watching from different angles.
Rostyslav Derzhypilsky, head of Ivano-Frankivsk drama theatre and director of 'Romeo and Juliet', gives Shakespeare's story a modern twist. Instead of the opening scene of a ball at the Capulet's house, Romeo meets Juliet in a nightclub.
Derzhypilsky said he wanted the performance to have a 'post-apocalyptic' feel.