A crashed car, six audience members, no way out.

Sam is on the run. She has stolen a car, crashed it and is trapped with no way out. What happens when you hit a dead end and it feels like your life is a write off?

This gripping piece of site-specific theatre will invite the audience into Sam’s stolen car, joining her only seconds after she has crashed it. Be one of just six passengers as Sam attempts to unravel her past and find a way out.

“Intensely intimate experience”
A Younger Theatre

This powerful, intense and individual show, will be set inside a crashed car, the audience will be invited to a written-off vehicle, to experience the aftermath of Sam’s accident as she attempts to put the pieces of her life back together.

18.30 & 19.30 Every Day Of The Festival
0hr 45m
The Vaults
24 Jan — 18 Mar 18:30
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About the company

Fever Dream Theatre

Fever Dream creates work in unorthodox spaces from broken down cars to rainy Edinburgh rooftops, ruined castles or on a campsite. We invite our audiences into our unique worlds with work that grapples with form, examining audience agency and questions of human identity and belonging; encouraging them to engage with the space as much as any actor.

Previous work includes Nuclear Family, Impact and Rain which was called a “charming experience” by Lyn Gardner. Fever Dream have previously been Brighton Fringe Award nominated, invited to perform at PULSE Festival and presented work at Adelaide Fringe Festival.

Press & Reviews


"This is a play that stays with you long after you’ve left it."


"A powerful cautionary tale"

Fringe Guru

★★★★ “A hot ticket… a highly recommended experience.”

A Younger Theatre

★★★★ "Intensely intimate experience"

TV Bomb

★★★★ "A deftly crafted, well told story, taking place in one of the most unique venues."

Across The Arts

★★★★ "Actor Kristy Bruce is terrific: she’s focused, sympathetic and consistently engaging."