Days are Really Long but Years go so Quick
Exploring humanity’s chance of redemption in a world on the brink of
Suitable for Age 12 +
As the end of the world looms, a team of the greatest minds on Earth have discovered a possible solution: portals to different worlds.
Tasked with evaluating these new worlds for human habitation, Dan Harding, Dolores Stryke, and Nick Wilson must work together to find a second home for humanity. With tensions running high between the team members, they must overcome their personal conflicts in order to succeed in their mission. As they journey through portal after portal, they are faced with the devastating effects of humanity's sins.
Environmental ruin, nuclear devastation and Stand-up comedy. With options and time running out, the pressure is mounting, along with a question that no one dares voice... Does humanity deserve a second chance?
Find out in multi-award winning All Day Breakfast Theatre thought-provoking and suspenseful new show "Days are Really Long but Years go so Quick".
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Groups of 4 - £32
DATES AND TIMES
Thur 11 May @ 4pm
Fri 12 May @ 4pm
Sat 13 May @ 4pm
RUNNING TIME: 90min
The Rotunda Theatre
Co-Founder - Arthur Noah
Co-Founder - Rory Gillan
Co-Founder - Anastasia Kulaeva
Arthur Noah as Dan Harding
Rory Gillan as Nick Wilson
Anastasia Kulaeva as Dolores Stryke
All Day Breakfast Theatre