Out of This World

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Below the surface a storm awaits...

Out Of This World is action packed physical-theatre from acclaimed director Mark Murphy. It combines his signature mix of ground-breaking aerial choreography, original text and explosive special effects with projected film and animation. The result is a show that is both an intense psychological thriller and heart-rending medical drama.

As a woman descends into a medically induced coma, her crashed imagination takes control creating a vivid inward cinema in which she reviews her life. After discovering a shocking truth, she begins a very real fight to survive.

Don’t miss this visually stunning, thrilling new show.

Duration: 1 hour 25mins with no interval

Lavish, spectacular and startling
Guardian

Out of this World strives for something much deeper than spectacle - it makes a play for our hearts, and wins.
★★★★ Scotsman

Ambition simply swirls and soars
★★★★ Herald

Mesmerising and emotional journey created through an impressive combination of acting, aerials, and projections
★★★★ The Wee Review

 

 

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Presented by Mark Murphy’s V-TOL

Written and directed by Mark Murphy

Age guideline 14+
Contains strobe lighting, loud noises, smoke effects and strong language.

  • Out of this World strives for something much deeper than spectacle - it makes a play for our hearts, and wins.
       
    Scotsman
  • Ambition simply swirls and soars
       
    Herald
  • Mesmerising and emotional journey created through an impressive combination of acting, aerials, and projections
       
    The Wee Review

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