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Stories At The End Of The World

Yet To Be

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This isn’t a love story. There’s enough of them already. This is about you. This is about me. This is about the way the world ends.

It could be a tsunami that starts in the Atlantic or an asteroid that changes its direction in space in a way we could never predict or simply that all the bees disappear. But let’s try to put that to the back of our minds. Something equally important is also about to happen: I’m going to meet you.

Stories at the End of the World is an innovative coming of age story. It mixes storytelling, science, facts and botched house moves as it delves into memories of growing up, our best friends and how someone can obsess over all the terror alerts, cross-continental pandemics, climate change and erupting volcanoes that the world can throw at us.

This isn’t a love story. But it is also about love.

Written by Corinne Furness.

Developed with support from Leeds Playhouse and The Bike Shed Theatre.

Yet To Be is a newly formed theatre company, which brings together Charlie Whitworth of Write By Numbers/ Eager Spark and Marina O’Shea of O’Shea & O’Gaukroger / O&O Physical Theatre Ensemble. The focus of Yet To Be is to produce thought provoking, new and original performance work for theatre, making work that is vital for its audiences; that ignites curiosity, discussion and that challenges whilst it entertains.

Age Guidance 14+
Parental guidance is advised

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