‘2030’ is an ambitiously staged and innovative sketch show set 11 years in the future, written & directed by (as well as starring) members of the world-famous Cambridge Footlights.
Worried about getting on the housing ladder? Global warming? AI? The bees? Self-driving cars eating you alive? Or just plain old nuclear annihilation? There’s plenty of things for us all to be stressed about over the next decade. ‘2030’, with a skip in its step, eagerly tells you in advance how terrible (or non-terrible) things are going to be.
This exciting new show, driven by current affairs and the ideas of the best performers in Cambridge, targets student audiences concerned about their impending entry into The Real World, as well as older audiences who wish to see current affairs lampooned with a critical but playful eye.
Don’t miss your chance to see ‘2030’, created by members of the society that launched many of the greatest names in comedy, including Peter Cook, Emma Thompson, Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Sandi Toksvig, David Mitchell, Robert Webb, Sue Perkins and Richard Ayoade.
Early booking is recommended for this first-of-its-kind show.
There are two performances, one on Friday 15th March and the other on Saturday 16th March, both starting at 23:00 at the ADC Theatre.
Tickets are available from www.adctheatre.com and the ADC Theatre Box Office on 01223 300085.
What’s Ons are broadcast across the day at 7.30, 10.30, 1.30 and 4.30, and at weekends.
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