Dark, stern uniforms, bright haired TV hosts and ominous aprons – they’re all perfectly placed in the dystopia of The Empire Has Fallen, as you can see from these newly released production shots.
Come the revolution, there will be lots of boxes and tiny toy soldier… certainly if rehearsals for new dystopian comedy The Empire Has Fallen is anything to go by. Check out these candid behind the scenes snaps, then book your tickets for this hilarious new play!
How does a YouTube video inspire a stage production about a broken world and how important is graphic design to the continuation of humanity? David Fenne tells us all about his debut play The Empire Has Fallen.
With the real world feeling like it is constantly on the brink, the White Bear Theatre kicks off the new year with a show set in a world entirely in chaos. Umbra Theatre’s dark comedy The Empire Has Fallen, which runs at the Kennington venue from 22 to 26 January 2019, is set in a dystopia that needs rebuilding.
This is a tender and beautiful play that, within moments, makes you question why it hasn’t been staged in over 15 years.
You can be who you want to be, right? Rob, a driving instructor in modern day Romford, believes himself to be an 8th century Chinese poet from the Tang Dynasty.