Doom's Day

Date:Mon 30 Jul
Time:8pm
Venue:J2
Price:£13.50 | £10.50 (cons)

Josephe and Phylisse Doom are in love. And their love will last til the end of the world. But that might not be very long – not if their own predictions come true. Because something bad, they say, is going to happen. Soon.

As the Dooms prophesise the coming disaster, they become known far and wide, from daytime talk shows to megachurches. But when the day finally arrives, it brings something neither of them could have expected. It forces them to answer the question: How would you live and love if the world was ending?

‘Doom’s day’ is a new play developed for the Oxford University Drama Society's longstanding and renowned National Tour. It is based on a true story and a series of interviews with real people. By turns heartwarming and hilarious, it’s a theatrical romp at the end of the world.

“A masterclass is conversational theatre… gives you hope for the future of storytelling”
Broadway Baby

“A masterclass is conversational theatre… gives you hope for the future of storytelling”
Broadway Baby

“Well constructed and entertaining… lovably quirky”
ThreeWeeks

“A warm environment that looks after its audience while still challenging them”
Exeunt

Age: 12+

All under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

Duration: 1 hour

Bar and box office open 1 hour before show start time.

All price shown include booking fees.

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