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You, Me & Everything Else

If you could send a mixtape to outer space, on behalf of planet Earth, what would be on it?

Right now, there’s a golden record hurtling through space. It’s about you and me. You, me and the world. You, me and the universe.

It’s a mixtape of humanity, a collection of songs, sounds and pictures from Earth, a valentine from the human race to whoever or whatever finds it.

A science-fact love story. Two ordinary people do an extraordinary thing. Two ordinary people look out into the universe and find the most human thing: love.

Suitability 14+

Running time: 60 minutes (approx)

Written and performed by Camisado Club,

Directed by Rebecca Frecknall. Sound designer: Greg Harradine. Puppet maker: Jimmy Grimes. Stage manager: Sian Armstrong. Associate director: Mark Calvert.

” A really amazing show about a truly awesome moment in the planet’s history” ★★★★★

 London Theatre 1

“You, Me and Everything Else is an engaging and cleverly constructed piece of theatre” ★★★★

 The Reviews Hub

A beautifully thought show”

Matt Trueman

“A tight, focused and sweetly delicate ensemble piece” ★★★★

 Broadway Baby

“An imaginatively staged… well-thought-out production” ★★★★

Fringe Guru

A tight and effective piece of story-telling”

British Theatre Guide

” a fantastic show about an amazing venture”

North East Reviews

 

As part of the development of our show, we asked some people what they’d put on their own personal Voyager Golden Record:

Reviews

 

Fringe Guru – August 2017
Broadway Baby – August 2017
Whats On Stage – August 2017
LondonTheatre1 – May 2016
The Reviews Hub – May 2016
British Theatre Guide – Sept 2015
Sunderland Echo – Sept 2015
North East Reviews – Sept 2015

 

Special thanks to: Becci Sharrock, Mark Calvert, Aimee Liversidge and Scarlett Ribbons, Durham.

  • Created through Bridging the Gap, an ARC initiative with Northern Stage, The Customs House and The Maltings Theatre, Berwick. Supported by Arts Council England, The Sunday for Sammy Trust and Unity Theatre Trust.