The award winning cosmic masterpiece from the lo-fi, sci-fi, DIY, off-beat storyteller Stuart Bowden.

Lo-fi, sci-fi, DIY, off-beat storyteller Stuart Bowden brings us the multi-award winning show 'She Was Probably Not A Robot'. After a critically-acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe season the show toured to Oslo, Kuala Lumpur, Perth, Sydney, Adelaide and the prestigious MAC theatre in Belfast and Soho Theatre in London.

She Was Probably Not A Robot is a lo-fi, DIY, off-beat, sci-fi, storytelling experience; a surreal, soulful comedy about a decomposing world and a cosmic visitor.  When the world ends in flood and fire, one man, asleep on his air-mattress, floats out of his bedroom window, through burning debris and out to sea to be the sole survivor and last hope for humanity. This is an enchanting tale adorned with simple storytelling and physical comedy. Stuartʼ s smartly crafted writing, combined with his joyful performance makes for an uplifting tale of loneliness, grief, hope and silliness.

What DeadMan did:

In conjuction with Don't Be Lonely, DeadMan is producing She Was Probably Not A Robot in The Garden of Unearthly Delights,Adelaide Fringe and The Coopers Malthouse for Melbourne International Comedy Festival.