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Help the 150th anniversary Time Machine tour

CROPPED time machine image without letteringVisionary thinker H.G. Wells was born 150 years ago this year, and to mark the occasion a new production of The Time Machine is underway.

Robert Lloyd Parry of Nunkie Theatre Company is presenting a thrilling one-man show that returns to the brilliantly imaginative, ground-breaking source which features a full-sized realisation of the machine itself: a giant metronome designed and built by Factory Settings Ltd who created many of the giant props used in the 2012 Paralympic Opening Ceremony. It enables Lloyd Parry’s inventor to travel deep into the future where he discovers the sinister change that have been wrought by the intervening millennia on human civilisation.

The show runs from September 17 to October 15, and Lloyd Parry is seeking help via Kickstarter to finance a technician and printing costs for publicity material. He needs to raise £3,000 with £1,200 or so still remaining. For details of the many perks and to pledge, click here.

For full details of the tour, see below:

Sat, 17 Southport, The Atkinson    –    01704 533 333
Wed, 21 Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn    –    01743 281 218
Thurs, 22 Buxton, Pavilion Arts Centre    –    01298 72190
Fri, 23 Salford, The Lowry    –    0843 208 6000
Sat, 24 Salford, The Lowry    –    0843 208 6000
Wed, 28 Woking, Rhoda McGaw theatre    –    0844 871 7645
Thurs, 29 Bath, The Rondo    –    0333 666 3366
Fri, 30 Bath, The Rondo    –    0333 666 3366

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Sun, 2 Leeds, the HUB    –
Tues, 4 -Sun 9 London, The Old Red Lion    –    0844 412 4307
Thurs, 13 Hillingdon, Compass Theatre    –    01895 250 615
Sat, 15 Cambridge, Mumford Theatre    –    01223 352 932


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