At the End of Everything Else

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Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse

At the End of Everything Else at Liverpool Everyman Theatre, City Centre 4 — 5 November 2016 Tickets from £8.00 — Book now

With the use of Pedal Power, this is a uniquely Carbon Friendly performance inspired by the Pacific Trash Vortex. Performed with puppetry, animation, music and sound (and using only the collective energy of the team on stage to generate all of the power required), At The End Of Everything Else is the second show by Mark Arends, writer/director of the award winning Something Very Far Away.

At the End of Everything Else at Liverpool Everyman Theatre, City Centre 4 — 5 November 2016 Tickets from £8.00 Book now

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