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Jupiter's Ghost

In humanity’s future, the connection between humans and artificial intelligence has gradually blurred into the realm of cybernetic organisms. Do any ghosts of humanity still remain?

A scientist with a single-minded obsession will do anything to save his son Jove, a feat he can only achieve by recreating humanity as it once was. Dr. Elias Crete is fighting a losing battle against time to save that which is most dear to him.

Jupiter's Ghost is the debut of a new tragedy, with some uplifting elements, drawing on themes such as conservation, political morality and space exploration. The costumes have been dyed by artist/lecturer Nabil Ali, using 14th and 16th century dye recipes.

When you look up at the stars tonight, look to the west-south-west, 39 degrees above the horizon. There lies Jupiter, Earth’s stalwart defender against the fury of the asteroid belt. Come and immerse yourself in this tumultuous journey, of love, hope and identity.
22 to 23 June - 7:30pm

Standard: £20.57
Concessions: £16.45
The Cockpit, Gateforth Street, London NW8 8EH
Sat 22 June and Sun 23 June
Contact telephone: 020 7258 2925 Call to check latest times or cancellations.

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