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Out of This World at G Live
Out of This World at G Live

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Out of This World at G Live

This world class, action-packed production boldly defies genre.

2 June 2017 | Visit website

Out Of This World immerses you within a world of projected film and animation, combining stunning aerial choreography, explosive special effects and edge of the seat storytelling.
 
The show propels its audience through one woman’s descent into the depths of a medically-induced coma, where she discovers a shocking truth that forces her to escape her subterranean safe house in a very real fight for life.
 
This action-packed theatre production is created by Mark Murphy, celebrated internationally for genre-defying shows, and has been researched with the expertise of a Consultant Neurosurgeon, a Consultant Anaesthetist and the clinical lead for the West Midlands Air Ambulance.

Out of This World will be performed at G Live in Guildford on Friday 2 June at 8pm. Standard tickets are £22.50. Find out more and book tickets here.

G Live , London Road , Guildford GU1 2AA

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