A devastating rise in sea levels has flooded out communities worldwide...but we're still alright.
Unprecedented numbers of displaced people are taking to the seas in hope of finding a new home... which is fine, as long as it's not ours.
Forest fires are burning in Portugal... but that's still far away enough, just about.
It's 2049 and the world is struggling with climate change. Humans are taking steps to stem the tide; making veganism law, fossil fuels illegal and eradicating single use plastics. But these efforts seem futile and, in London, people are disappearing. In a little corner of the city we find Hanna, whose new friends and their never-ending supply of meat seem too good to be true.
Hanna is the little bit of wilful ignorance that festers in all of us. Those in power feed on fear and fame and the masses are easily led. Greta Thunburg once urged 'our house is on fire', but Hanna can only respond with 'It's a rental, I've used blue-tack and the pipes are clogged with animal fat. Can I have my deposit back?'
It's a world where the rich are feeding off the poor, quite literally, and it's every human for themselves.Book Now
Frances Eva Lea is an actress, writer and musician. Phoebe O'Donnell is an artist and writing enthusiast. Together they mess about, laugh a lot and develop work to try and make sense of this very unsettling, unpredictable world.
Frances recently had her short YODO performed at the Southwark Playhouse as part of Little Pieces of Gold.Book Now
He’s dead, and it’s her job to present his body. She often imagines what each person’s life was like. But today she doesn’t have to imagine. She knows this man.
The award-winning Incognito Theatre return with their critically celebrated adaptation of Erich Remarque’s tale, exposing the harrowing reality of trench warfare. "Enthralling, moving and fundamentally, beautifully human." ***** Three Weeks
When chats about ninja turtles and bobble pens are kicked out by teen opinions powered by podcasts, porn and politics, life - and friendships - get complicated. (★★★★ 'Perfectly pitched' The Scotsman)
A young comic genius whose stage is a cold Cardiff pavement. Will the Orange glow of the street lamp shine a brutally funny truth on magic, or the mundane?
|Friday 13 March||Fri 13 Mar||19:20||£7.50||Venue: Crypt - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Saturday 14 March||Sat 14 Mar||19:20||£7.50||Venue: Crypt - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Sunday 15 March||Sun 15 Mar||19:20||£7.50||Venue: Crypt - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
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