4 - 19 August
One of these is about to go extinct. Which one will it be?
Visually beautiful and laugh-out-loud funny, Strange Futures use their 'powerful physicality' (Scotsman) to discuss environmental and species extinction in 'this thoughtful and refreshingly non-accusatory show. ‘This quirky two-hander offers a 'savagely relevant concept' (Artistic Director, Lion & Unicorn) as it explores the interconnectedness of human existence, with the lives and deaths of other species.
Supported by ACE Project Grants and with a physical vocabulary workshopped with Julian Spooner (Rhum and Clay).
Age Category: 12 and above (12+)
Age Category Type: Guideline
Venue Number: 61
Venue Box Office Number: 0131 510 0395
Festival URL: www.underbellyedinburgh.co.uk
Babes in Arms: Babies do not require a ticket - Children under 2 years
Venue Notes: 66 Cowgate, EH1 1JX
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