In the future, either we find a way to live in balance with our fellow species on this planet, or we all sink together. This interactive performance is your chance to break into an aquarium and release the fish. Writer/performer David Finnigan presents the story of two star-crossed lovers, destined to be together, but trapped on opposite sides of the struggle for the future of animal life. It’s up to the audience to decide whether fate will bring this couple together, or tear them apart - and along the way, to decide what kind of a planet we want to leave for our fellow species. Get set for a classic love story, mixed with a little guerrilla rewilding. 

A number of 100% subsidised tickets are available. Please email [email protected] if you'd like to apply for one.


David Finnigan is a writer and theatre-maker from Canberra, Australia who writes plays, creates performances and develops games at the intersection of science and art. His play Kill Climate Deniers won the Griffin Playwrights Award. David is a member of Australian science-theatre ensemble Boho, an associate of Coney (UK) and the Sipat Lawin Ensemble (Philippines).


Tickets: £5 (a number of fully subsidised tickets are available, email [email protected] to request one)