Thu 12 Aug | 7.30-10.30pm
Chelsea Theatre, World's End Plaza, SW10 0DR
Pay What you Want
After their debut show, There’s Something Missing, which achieved critical acclaim (4* The Scotsman), emerging artists Strange Futures, return with their second show, The Endling.
What if it was just you, you were the last, ‘The Endling’?
In a time of ‘Endlings’; the last individual of a species, Strange Futures use their Powerful Physicality - (Scotsman 2019), to raise the discussion of human impact and climate responsibility. The Endling explores the interconnectedness of human existence with the lives - and deaths - of other species. The show addresses pertinent issues of environment and species extinction, but in an indirect and entertaining way that aims to get an audience on side, not blame or shame.
“A joyous journey into the end of civilisation. Brilliantly performed with moments of laughter, loss and introspection” - Arts Officer, Severn Arts
Developed during a residency partnership with The Malvern Cube, S.F received funding and support from Arts Council England Project Grants, Sir Barry Jackson Trust, Worcester Arts Partnership, and The University of Worcester. The Show has been developed with dramaturgical and choreography support from the internationally acclaimed, Julian Spooner (Rhum and Clay).
Main festival programme.