Sci-Fi Comedy Double Feature: After Dusk & Last Day on Earth

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Presented by Real Positive Poles

Real Positive Poles proudly present another double bill of Bristol’s finest live science fiction comedy. This month join us for a delve into the unknown with After Dusk, and see shenanigans the end of the world with the hilarious Last Day on Earth.

After Dusk is an improvised version of the cult 1960’s TV show “The Twilight Zone” so popular it is now on its third revival!

You walk into a play but none of the actors have learned their lines, because there are none. This show hasn’t been written yet. A nightmare or a dream? Who’s to say? Up ahead there’s a sign. We take a turning through your imagination and arrive at your final destination: An improvised twist on The Twilight Zone.
Some of Bristol’s best improvisers create a brand new episode of the classic science fiction show which inspired Black Mirror. Suitable for all levels of nerdiness and Twilight Zone knowledge! All accompanied by a haunting improvised sound track from our live violinist.

★★★★★ – Wriggle Bristol Customers

“you’ll be kept grinning for the rest of the day” – Edfringe Review

“Quirky, offbeat and hilarious” – Swindon Fringe


With support from Last Day on Earth:

What would you do with your last day on earth? Smell the roses? – you know what they smell like! Watch the sunset? – they all look the same anyway! Visit your loved ones? – you’ve seen them plenty! Well finally there’s another option – seeing Last Day on Earth perform improv!
Fresh from their successful run as the house team for the Bristol based monthly show Parent’s Basement, Last Day on Earth bring an intense, high-energy show,that teeters on the magical line between genius and insanity.
Through a series of improvised sketches starting out from a single event, they explore the bizarre lives, quirks and intersections that bring their cast of undoubtedly oddball characters together. For some of whom it may be their Last Day on Earth*!
*not a guarantee

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