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Total Immediate Collective Imminent Terrestrial Salvation Review

…an accomplished riff on a still-intriguing theme – the belief required to suspend your disbelief.

Brilliant meta-theatrical experience.

Brilliant and dream-like

…the end is nigh, but who cares?

Crouch himself appears as Miles, in a scorchingly precise performance. And the underlying suggestion of this disturbing, strange and beautiful show is that through reading, storytelling and theatre – we know far more about parallel universes than is commonly acknowledged; and about how to shift from one reality to another, simply by turning a page.

…rather like Ontroerend Goed’s Are We Not Drawn Onward to New ErA, it also seems to be articulating a more urgent idea about resisting fatalism, changing things for ourselves and, perhaps, welcoming the happy ending of a post-eclipse dawn.

The play got a lot of Twitter love. Here are some of the audience reactions.

— Various, Twitter