Once again Flashback has devised a brand new piece of exciting theatre for this year’s Leith Festival in Edinburgh in June. Fish is the Future will be performed at the Out of the Blue Drill Hall from 19-21 June 2014.

The small island community of Fishtown has existed for centuries, cut off from the world. But when a mysterious bridge appears, heading off into the mist, Fishtowners are faced with a choice – seek a connection with others or preserve their autonomy?… Is this a religious miracle, an opportunity or a threat of invasion? As Fishtowners try to find the answers they are forced to confront the divisions within their own community. Will they keep their autonomy or cross the mysterious bridge?

Fish is the Future takes a humorous look at what independence means for Fishtown and may be of interest to residents of other countries having similar debates…

There is also a Facebook page for the performances here

And tickets can be booked through the Out of the Blue Box Office here

Last year all of the evening shows sold-out so if you would like to come then you had better book!

Performances

19th June, 7.30 pm

20th June, 7.30pm

21st June, 2.30pm and 6.00pm

Tickets cost £6 and can be booked online at www.outoftheblue.org.uk

Fish is the Future flyer