A triple Fringe First-winning team take you to 2059. Adventures. Bandits. Sword fights. Spaceships. True love and certain death. The Day After Tomorrow meets The Princess Bride in this apocalomcom.
Directed by Emily Jenkins, double Fringe First-winner, for Bobby & Amy and Rainbow.
Written by Richard Marsh, single Fringe First-winner (which is still quite good) for Dirty Great Love Story (co-written with Katie Bonna).
Starring Tanya-Loretta Dee (Back, Doctors, EastEnders, Middle Child theatre).