Dates and Times
Thu 26 - Sat 28 Sept 2019 at 9pm
Featured in our Autumn 2019 programme. Browse the full season here.
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Presented by Sharklegs
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You dream it, they deliver it.
But fulfilment isn’t for everyone.
The orders keep coming and you better keep up.
Award-winning theatre company SharkLegs bring you their new show, Fulfilment. A show about the price people really pay for next-day delivery.
Disarmingly funny and playful, the show is created by Robox, your personal fulfilment device. Robox will discover what you need, what you want and what you dream of. Then Robox will provide the solution. A bit of a solution. Or at least a solution that audiences like you also bought.
Age Restriction +14
“The cynical humour of the show digs deep” – ★★★★ The Scotsman
“Essential viewing for this years fringe” – ★★★★ EdFestMag
“Sharp and funny. This is a story that everybody should be talking about.” – ★★★★ A younger theatre
“Funny and disarming in equal measure” – ★★★★ Binge Fringe
“This is one of those rare shows with the power to effect change.” – ★★★★ the upcoming
“It’s very funny” – Critically Speaking
About the company
Sharklegs are an award winning theatre company and our mission is to make creative work for the creative audience. This means that we want to find new ways to explore the links between performer and audience, finding ways of harnessing, encouraging and elucidating the creativity within our audiences’ lives. Previous work includes: Long, Broad and Sharpsight (National Tour), Snow-Pocalypse (Greenwich Theatre), PaperUS (The Southbank Centre), The Hole in the Night (in association with Portsmouth Theatre Royal) and our work has been featured in The Guardian, Telegraph and The Times (Inevitable Heartbreak of Gavin Plimsole) as well on BBC Breakfast (The Hazelnut Prince) and BBC Radio Four (Inevitable Heartbreak of Gavin Plimsole).
Image credit (c) Sharklegs