Part of the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, the production of As The World Tipped at The National Maritime Museum takes place from, Friday 21st - Saturday 22nd June 2013. The exhibition promises to be an epic performance detailing a futuristic catastrophe.
This awe-inspiring spectacle has been created by the Wired Aerial Theatre company, a UK group of bungee assisted aerial dancers who specialise in stunning unique performances such as this one. As The World Tipped at National Maritime Museum looks set to be one of this year's must see events, and will be performed outdoors, against a huge 12m screen that will be showing dramatic visuals as a backdrop to the action.
As The World Tipped at The National Maritime Museum is not just a visual masterpiece, and the profound story it tells is set in the future, where the world is facing an ecological crisis that the governments of the time are failing to fix. The audience will see the characters in a world heading towards disaster, struggling to survive against the effects of these out-of-control environmental changes in a kind of aerial disaster movie.
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