Adapted from Mary Shelley’s novel The Last Man, this is a poignant and hugely relevant story set in the 21st century following a pandemic.
about the production
Set in a 21st century world troubled by deadly plague, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s 1826 novel The Last Man is poignant story and hugely relevant today. Written after the death of her husband and children, it expresses Mary’s own sense of loss and isolation, and features characters based on Mary and her friends. This one-woman adaptation delves into the biographical elements of the story. It draws on Shelley’s graphic depiction of a world wracked by pandemic and her warnings of the dangers of human arrogance, especially in relationship with nature. By award-winning writer Sam Chittenden. Featuring Amy Kidd.
about the artist
Different Theatre are an award-winning company based in Sussex. We create lyrical and magical adaptations and new work. In 2021 we won the Outstanding Show award at Brighton fringe for our musical ‘Clean!’. In 2019 we were nominated for the Infallibles Award for Theatrical excellence at Edinburgh in 2019 for ‘Sary’, and our one woman version of ‘Metamorphosis’ was selected for the Fringe Encore series at SoHo Playhouse in New York.
width: 3 metres
height: 2 metres
depth: 2 metres
Literature, horror and sci-fi fans. Lovers of atmospheric drama
BSL interpretation can be provided at an additional cost.
We are happy to provide workshops. Details can be discussed.
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