After Dusk @ The Swindon Fringe

Real Positive Poles will be performing alongside Action Figure Archive with Steve McLean


Action Figure Archive With Steve McLean

Steve opens his old toy box and rediscovers your old favourites from He-Man, Transformers, Star Wars and many more (about three more). Remember when toys were better? Your memory might be playing tricks on you. Who was the worst Decepticon? Why didn’t they make a Star Wars Tarkin figure but they made one of the blue elephant trumpet player? Geeks and nerds unite in this fun show that critics are calling a good show to go to while you’re waiting for another show to start. Not a children’s show

”A hilarious walk down memory lane” Top 10 Best Shows of the Edinburgh Fringe The Herald.

”A fun examination of nostalgia and nerdiness” Top 10 Best Shows of the Edinburgh Fringe for every taste Wired Magazine

“Geeks and nerds unite in this fun show” Top Ten Edinburgh Fringe Shows The Geek List


After Dusk: An Improvised Twilight Zone

You walk into a play but none of the actors have learned their lines, because there are none. This show hasn’t been written yet. A nightmare or a dream? Who’s to say? Up ahead there’s a sign. We take a turning through your imagination and arrive at your final destination: An improvised twist on The Twilight Zone.

Some of Bristol’s best improvisers create a brand new episode of the classic science fiction show which inspired Black Mirror. Suitable for all levels of nerdiness and Twilight Zone knowledge!

★★★★★ – Wriggle Bristol

“highly talented improvisers” – Edfringe Review


When: April 12th, 19:30
Where: The Incredible Comic Shop, Swindon
How Much: £10 online/£12 on the door
Tickets will be available online from February 7th

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