The Rise of Reptilian Flux and Other Stories

Saturday 18th July 2020

Performing at Buxton Festival Fringe

Emigrate to a new planet instantly – what could go wrong?

See yourself through others’ eyes – literally.

The Universe next door is leaking -beware Reptilian Flux! Long Live Queen Victoria!

Live and recorded drama – Ray Bradbury’s Illustrated Man meets Orson Wells’ War of the Worlds.

In the round – in Zoom!

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Recorded version will be available for 1 month after the event.

The Infinitesimals was formed to adapt short stories published in Shoreline of Infinity Science fiction magazine into short audio dramas. They have produced around half a dozen so far, and they have been performed live on stage in Edinburgh at Shoreline of Infinity’s Event Horizon in Edinburgh, the Edinburgh Book Festival and Edinburgh Science Festival.

For this performance, for Buxton Festival Fringe,  the Infinitesimals will be performing their own stories, ‘The Rise of Reptilian Flux’, and will be showcasing two recordings of their audio productions, shown for the first time with graphics and animation by Mark Toner.

The Infinitesimals are:

Jonathan Whiteside is an Edinburgh based writer, actor and producer. He’s currently working on how to scare people with horror plays via zoom.

Debbie Cannon is an award-winning actor and writer from Edinburgh. She would have been touring 2 one woman shows this year, Green Knight and The Remarkable Deliverances of Alice Thornton, but both will be back as soon as possible. Meanwhile she’s doing a lot of creative planning while eating chocolate.

Ben Blow Ben is also an Edinburgh based playwright and actor. He gained a first class degree in Drama and Theatre Arts at Queen Margaret University.

Producer Noel Chidwick

 

Further details to follow.