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    Dante & The Robot

    Sun 18 Feb at 4pm
    Tickets £8 (work-in-progress)
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    Content Notice
    Running Time 60 mins
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeStrong language. age guidance 16+.

    Dante and the Robot is a solo play set in a man’s bedsit in a busy metropolis, his only companion is a house robot named She-bot. His girlfriend has left for Japan to disconnect from technology and live an older, simpler way of being. Dante is lost. He is in an unfulfilling job he hates, and so he decides to write a film. As the script emerges, the audience follows a Spanish extravagant knight errant quest, battling monsters and travelling epic landscapes, alongside his French squire.

    Watch the trailer HERE!

    Devised by the company.

    Producer, performer & writer: 
    Duncan Hodgkinson 

    Director & dramaturge: 
    Jamie Wood

    Sound Designer:
    Dominic Kennedy

    Supported by the Ministry of Culture of Luxembourg & Œuvre Nationale de Secours Grande-Duchesse Charlotte Luxembourg

    "Smooth, sleek and authentic"
    North West End [Previous work "Central (Story) Line"]
    "Powerful work of truly humanist theatre, compassionately told, expertly performed, and gratefully received."
    London Pub theatre [Previous work "Central (Story) Line"]
    "Very cleverly done..."
    London Theatre 1 [Previous work "Central (Story) Line"]

    Great theatre, lovely young team, brilliant supportive diverse programming, the only theatre I can think of that is currently supporting so many theatremakers.

    Programmed artist