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Never Ending Night: post-apocalyptic immersive theatre experience

Never Ending NightIn the aftermath of the most deadly pandemic the world has ever seen Never Ending Night is a new post-apocalyptic immersive theatre experience in the depths of The Vaults, Waterloo from Wednesday 23rd to Friday 25th September, 2015.

An outbreak of a new disease N3N quickly escalates into a pandemic sweeping the globe and almost wiping out humanity. Under heavy quarantine a bunker was opened, to provide food and medical aid to the few remaining survivors.

Locked in the quarantined refugee section they are the only survivors in the vast government facility, scavenging to survive, creating a makeshift home for their community. Some are still searching for other survivors…

What if all your hopes and dreams for the future disappeared overnight? What if all the rules you took for granted vanished? How would you cope?

It is the ability to cling to ideas, people, fears and hopes that often cause the most pain. With the structures, cultures and institutions of modern society gone, will the unrelenting human spirit survive triumph? Will they thrive? Will they find a reason to hope?

Creative Team
Director: Andy Richardson
Producer: Bonnie Adair
Co-Producers: Alan Boulter & Caley Powell
Associate Producer: Caggy Kerlogue

CAST
Main Ensemble: Bonnie Adair, Tansy Adair, Antoinette Alexandrou, Adam Bone, Nelsy Casallas, Todor Todorov, Stephen Walker, Thomas Winsor andAlexander Yousri

Supporting Ensemble: Hilary Burns, Lauren Cooney, Lawrence O’Conner, Mark Phillimore andAlexandra Afryea

Never Ending Night
In association with Goatboy Enterprises & Upstanding Productions

The Vaults, Leake Street, London
Wed 23- Fri 25 Sep, 2015 7.30pm
Press Night: Thu 24 Sep, 7.30pm
Tickets £25 (£20)
Telephone: 0207 401 9603

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  • Neil Cheesman

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