Event News: PILGRIM SHADOW at the Camden Fringe...

Written by J. R. Southall Thursday, 27 June 2013

Event News

Something wicked is coming to the Camden Fringe this summer, and it’s the latest sci-fi comedy from DEAD STATIC writer Steve Jordan.

PILGRIM SHADOW, which plays at the TRISTAN BATES THEATRE in Covent Garden from July 29th to August 3rd at 7.30pm, tells the story of a pair of down-on-their-luck petty criminals known as the Future Boys. Tyler and Gary (as played by Cliff Chapman and Adam Joselyn) steal a space craft (the Pilgrim) and discover it used to belong to legendary interstellar treasure hunter Tim Shadow. The Boys then embark on a quest for fortune and glory in the deepest corners of the universe.

If you’d like to find out whether they find the treasure they are seeking, or die in horrible agony instead, then check out the Manmoth Productions website for more details. Tickets are priced at £10 and £9 for concessions.

You can watch a trailer for the play below, and you can also keep up with the event on Facebook.

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Official Synopsis:

The year is - the future. Tyler and Gary are two petty criminals who are down on their luck. When the infuriatingly happy-go-lucky Gary is caught stealing a space craft, the pair find themselves in hot water and on the run. Tyler is dismayed (though not surprised) at his idiotic partner; but there's a silver lining -- the stolen ship is the Pilgrim, the vessel of legendary treasure hunter Tim Shadow. Can they follow the clues onboard to locate Shadow's lost treasure? If they evade capture and escape with their lives, they could be very rich men. That's if they don't double-cross and doom each other to death and destruction first...

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