“How are we supposed to fix it? We’re just five idiots in a lift.”Sheffield People’s Theatre return with a brand new production straight from Stockroom's Writers Room.
Five strangers get into a lift in Sheffield, and when the doors open, they find themselves in 2116 in the very different city of Sheffuld.
The eco-apocalypse has happened, division is rife, three winged birds fly overhead and people seem to be getting high on cups of tea.
But an impending disaster looms and it falls to our gang from 2022 to save the day…
“How are we supposed to fix it? We’re just five idiots in a lift.”
Sheffield People’s Theatre return with a brand new production straight from Stockroom’s Writers Room.
Composer and Sound
Assistant Video Designer
Arbourthorne Women’s Group and Stand & Be Counted Theatre
THERE’S no “Planet B” in this shockingly brilliant take on all our futures if we fail to tackle the climate crisis.
But the powerful dystopian message comes through a riot of diversity and gallows humour.
It may not be what you want to hear, but great writing and a wonderful ensemble cast are so funny and engaging it will make even climate change deniers think.
Phil Turner, Rotherham Advertiser