Intronauts

Category: Arts, Culture

Start Date: 30/11/2018 19:30

End Date: 30/11/2018 20:45

Location: Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis

Booking Essential: Yes

Description: Intronauts is an hour-long, absurd and highly visual performance with puppetry, physical comedy, original music and integrated animated projection. In a not-too-distant future, people can buy personal cleaners called Intronauts; miniaturised human workers injected into their bodies in order to carry out essential maintenance. But what happens if your cleaner discovers your dirty laundry? And how much do you actually want to know about what goes on inside? Green Ginger’s new show will propel audiences into a microscopic journey deep within the human body. It tells a madcap story about advancing technology, big syringes and a tiny submarine. Taking its cue from classic sci-fi movies, and fueled by absurd visual comedy and innovative puppetry, Intronauts offers an intoxicating inner body experience that is out of this world. Join us for a trip that really gets under the skin; after all, what could possibly go wrong? “There’s always something wonderfully anarchic about Green Ginger…an inspired mix of art and lunacy” Lyn Gardner, The Guardian. Please let us know you saw us in What's On in Dorset!

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E-mail: admin@marinetheatre.com

Telephone: 01297 442138

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