13 – 16 Nov | The Uncanny Valley | Upstairs at Three and Ten | 8pm | Book Tickets
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24 – 29 Nov | Centralia | Market for Stagecraft
Superbolt Theatre's brand new show The Uncanny Valley uses powerful movement and absurd humour to tell the truly electric love story of a man and a robot. Step into a canyon where everything is possible and reality will surpass your greatest dreams.
In the 1960’s an underground coal fire was sparked by an accident. 20 years later the fire was still burning and the inhabitants of Centralia were forced to relocate. 3 people refused to leave. Inspired by this true story, Centralia sees the 3 remaining inhabitants travel the world to tell their story.
Three unlikely heroes take it upon themselves to find a legendary piece of music, rumoured to be the perfect composition and unheard by human ears. Where will their adventure take them? Why are performers being murdered? And just what is Piatto Finale anyway?
The physicality of all three actors is truly impressive, a simple raised eyebrow conveys more than you see in whole monologues in some fringe shows and an energetic ‘PlayStation 25′ fight sequence is mesmerising. So endearing that it is near-on impossible not to fall in love with.
Lauren Paxman / The Stage
It is a funny, heart-warming and intriguing show, one that is so perfectly formed it leaves the audience in awe. If you see one piece of theatre at the Fringe this year, choose The Uncanny Valley.
Alice Taylor / Three Weeks
Their acting was fluid and faultless, their physical movements executed with absolute precision and skill. As far as physical theatre is concerned, these guys were exemplary. A highly entertaining, weird and wonderful piece of physical theatre that is absolutely worth the ticket and time.
Beth Cochrane / Broadway Baby