Join us on a thrilling journey to a future age where things are not as they seem. Has mankind created a social utopia free from need, or does something sinister lurk below? Combining exquisite puppetry, scintillating melodrama and a luxurious soundscape, this fast-paced adaptation whisks family audiences along through H.G. Wells’ sci-fi classic. It is a tale of human folly, evolutionary change and social upheaval, suitable for all enquiring minds aged 8+. Will the hour fly by or will it seem like an eternity? Dare to discover the truth!
Watch the 1 min video trailer HERE
★★★★ Broadway Baby.
Edinburgh Fringe 2018
August 2-19 (not the 15th), 2.30pm, Scottish Storytelling Centre (venue 30)
PRESS RELEASE: The Time Machine Press Release
TECH SPEC download: Time Machine Spec v1
MEDIA CONTACT – Rick Conte: e: firstname.lastname@example.org t: 07828 040223
The Scientific Romance Theatre Company is comprised of a multiple award-winning team, headed up by acclaimed puppeteer and deviser Rick Conte (“Dog” in The Man Who Planted Trees, Shona Reppe’s Cinderella). The show was co-written with Matt Rudkin (Naive Dance Masterclass), who also created the puppets and performs alongside Rick and Deborah Arnott (Diary of a Madman – Gate Theatre, Caucasian Chalk Circle – Royal Lyceum Theatre Company).
It is directed by Andy Cannon (Is this a Dagger? – Andy Cannon with Red Bridge Arts, Black Beauty – Traverse Theatre & Red Bridge Arts), with additional dramaturgy by Shona Reppe and Andy Manley.
Lighting design is by Laura Hawkins (Dance Derby, Njinsky’s Last Jump – Company Chordelia), Sound design is by Barney Strachan (The Man Who Planted Trees – Puppet State Theatre, Torn, Faux Theatre) and Set design is by Rebecca Hamilton (Flight – Vox Motus).
Initial Scottish Tour dates in Spring 2018
17th February – Scottish Storytelling Centre, 2pm and 7pm £10/8/7.50
23rd February – CatStrand, New Galloway 7.30pm £8
24th February – Lochside Community Centre, Dumfries 7pm £8/4
25th February – Moniaive Village Hall, Dumfries and Galloway, 2pm £8/4
3rd March- Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock, 4pm £8
4th March- Falkirk Town Hall, 2pm £7/6
17th March- The Brunton, Musselburgh, 3pm