SELKIRK'S Victoria Halls is set to be transformed into a channel-hopping theatre experiment.

And, according to audiences who lapped it up at Edinburgh's Manipulate Festival, we're in for a treat.

Creating a catwalk experience like no other, award-winning theatre makers Two Destination Language are presenting their most ambitious project yet.

Examining the ever blurring cultural lines between how we look and how we see each other, Fault Lines will bring five strong, brave and diverse femme performers together to share one stage, with each audience member choosing their own accompanying narrative.

It’s a cast that is diverse in background, diverse in colour, and diverse in ability.

Audiences will meet Damyana Radeva, whose story was told so powerfully in Two Destination Language’s debut show Near Gone; Caroline Ryan, performer and award-winning British Sign Language interpreter, who will be speaking her own script and her own dialogue throughout, privileging BSL and D/deaf audience members; Cindy Awor, a young actor who describes herself as “a Scot from Uganda,”; Welly O’Brien, a disabled dancer who performs without a prosthetic leg; Hannah Yahya Hassan, an autistic Scottish-Bahraini performer; and Rachel Glower, who performs in the show as well as stage manages, driving the cast on and ensuring they ride the catwalk.

The audience will experience the show as a kind of historical, political, musical silent disco.

Using the Listen Everywhere app, every audience member will be able to navigate between six distinct channels at their own pace.

This is the only show where you can flick between a playlist of guilty pleasures, a history of the domination of the English language, and personal narratives of otherness and belonging, each of these and more illuminating the flowing garments, breaking stilettos and killer looks sashaying down the runway.

This is a show that foregrounds the beauty in our differences.

Combining playfulness, movement and text, Fault Lines invites audiences to question their own assumptions in this powerful play of identity, equality and inequality in this time of tectonic shifts.

Fault Lines takes over the Victoria hall on Tuesday, February 11 from 7pm.