In a dystopian near future you’ll be able to buy personal cleaners called Intronauts – miniaturised human workers injected into your body to carry out essential maintenance. But what happens if the cleaner discovers your dirty laundry? And how much, actually, do you want to know about what goes on inside you?
A madcap tale of rapidly advancing technology, very big syringes and a very small submarine, Green Ginger’s new production propels audiences into a microscopic journey deep within the human body. Inspired by favourite graphic novels, classic sci-fi movies and fuelled by absurd visual comedy, take a bizarre wild trip that really gets under your skin, an intoxicating inner-body experience that is out of this world. After all, what could possibly go wrong?
For the past forty years Green Ginger has been fusing grotesque puppets, original music and innovative cinematic animated projections into highly visual and accessible productions celebrated by audiences around the world. We are very happy to welcome this acclaimed company to manipulate for the first time.
The production was made possible with generous funding from Arts Council England and Nordland Visual Theatre (Norway), and support from Aardman Animations and Holotronica.
Thank you to Nordland Visual Theatre: Geir-Ove Andersen, Anita Bjørkli, Tim Lucassen,
Preben Faye-Schjøll, Jan-Erik Skarsby & Anne Sørfjell