Written in October 2019 and incorporating predictions of our future from the Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities, our run of The Time Machine at The London Library was cut short as these prophesies unfolded before our very eyes.
Radically re-imagined for our new digital stage, The Time Machine LIVE is an intimate experience with a very limited audience capacity. You'll be taken on a psychedelic journey through somersaulting timelines where thousands of parallel universes will challenge everything you thought you knew. Minutes settle into hours, days follow one another in sequence, and clocks turn clockwise. We have always placed our trust in these unwavering laws of time. Until now.
From 27 May until 21 June, trek through time to discover what it really means to be confronted with an uncertain and ever-shifting future. Adapted by Jonathan Holloway (a recurring treat for fans of Don Quixote, Brave New Worldand 1984) and directed by Natasha Rickman, this is HG Wells' sci-fi classic as you've never seen it before.
HG Wells’ dystopian classic is recast as a live online event in this glossy telling that veers between hope and despair
Date & time
Wed - Sat, 7pm & 9pm, Sun, 6pm and 8pm
This performance has been created during lockdown. Your ticket cost will go towards supporting actors and creatives through these difficult times.
-Your Zoom link will be emailed to your 30 minutes before the start of the performance.
-If you are purchasing more than one ticket for other people in other locations, please contact [email protected] with the additional email addresses.