Award-winning feminist theatre company Jordan & Skinner presents a radical retelling of HG Wells’ The Time Machine, featuring BAA’s Itxaso Moreno.
In a secret bunker, a group of feminists are taking matters into their own hands as they contemplate impending doom and ask if it is all too late to turns things around. Meanwhile, a traveller lands in the year 802,701 to discover the fate of future humans and tries to unravel how it all came down to this.
Join this fiery and furious company of extremists for a tale of time travel, survival and human evolution in a bold and irreverent re-imagining of H. G. Wells science fiction classic.
Runs 7 Oct – 9 Nov at venues across Scotland.
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