Talos II: The Science Fiction Theatre Festival of London 2018

Love Scifi? Love Theatre? Then why not visit London’s only SciFi Theatre Festival starting tonight for four nights in Clapham, South London.

​Talos: the Science Fiction Theatre Festival of London is the UK’s first and only sci-fi theatre festival staging science fictional plays from all over the world. After the first festival in 2015, Talos returns to stage even more plays with science fiction and fantasy elements, providing a platform for mind-blowing new writing and testing the boundaries of contemporary theatre.

Tickets can be booked here: https://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/talos.html

Tickets: £12 | Concessions: £10
Festival Pass (all 4 events): £32 / £20
Running time: 2 hours (including interval)

The Bread & Roses Theatre
68 Clapham Manor St, London SW4 6DZ
Tel:020 8050 3025

Talos 2018 presents 12 plays featuring clones, dystopias, single-gender worlds, robot actors, unicorn fights and a Frankenstein live radio drama, celebrating the 200 years since Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. The festival is produced by Christos Callow Jr and Cyborphic, a science fiction and Greek theatre company. Associate Producers: Orestis Dikaios, Mayra Stergiou, and Andriana Domouzi. Creative Associate: Tess Agus. More information on the festival’s history and the work of the company here: www.cyborphic.com

  • Thursday 22nd March at 7pm

RIP by Edward Einhorn. Directed by Edward Einhorn
Last Tragedy by Christos Callow Jr. Directed by Sokratis Synitos
Paper Doll by Susan Eve Haar. Directed by Katherine Sturt-Scobie

  • Friday 23rd March at 7pm

For the Living by Chie-Hoon Lee. Directed by Jay Head
Been on the Job Too Long by James Martin Charlton. Directed by Simone Giustinelli
Homo Superior by Megan Fellows. Directed by Tess Agus

  • Saturday 24th March at 7pm

Dark King Kills Unicorn by Reina Hardy. Directed by Stella Keramida
Close Encounters by Claire-Frances Sullivan. Directed by Darren Tunstall
Fixed Action Pattern by Francis Grin. Directed by Evi Stamatiou

  • Sunday 25th March at 2.30pm

In the Year 2125 by Carol W. Berman. Directed by Brooke DeBettignies
Caveman Principle by Max Gill. Directed by Simona Hughes
Frankenstein: Live Audio Drama, performed by the UEA Radio Players. Directed by Richard J Hand

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