Robinson: The Other Island


In 1719 Daniel Defoe published Robinson Crusoe, the fake diary of a shipwrecked adventurer who spent 27 years alone on a remote island. It was the first novel in English, now, 300 years the show re-examines this iconic tale as a hypnotic evocation of solitude; delving deep into the fantasy of the island, the violence of colonisation and the act of reading. 

Part stage show, part audio experience; this production uses innovative binaural sound (Audiences will wear headphones throughout this performance).

*Please note this production has a limited capacity. Early booking recommended.

This is a ‘Give it a Name’ production - supported by the Arts Council of Wales, Welsh Government and the National Lottery.

19:30 - Thursday, 13 June Tickets