And Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out


A raucous love story about attraction and entropy, astrophysics via boy meets girl. The show explores the ephemeral nature of everything in our universe at varying scales – charting the form and collapse of a relationship, paralleled with the life cycle of a star. Created alongside an astrophysicist it features video feeds, live music, toy trains and bone-shaking rumbles.

Following the success of previews on the Brighton Fringe, the Arts Council and Kent County Council supported the development of the show into a full length piece. It was then showcased in Margate to sell out audiences and outstanding reviews.

 ★★★★ “Astrophysics mixed with burgeoning love, set to the backdrop of rock and roll and supernovas. This dark and dry tale is brilliantly told … clever and artistic” WHATSONSTAGE

 ★★★★ “Experimental theatre with a rock’n’roll style … Those familiar with the work of Forced Entertainment will enjoy the similar style and shambolic nature … It is all very bizarre, but also quite beautiful … What .dash do is daring and different, but they do it so well.” BROADWAY BABY

 ★★★★ “I left feeling elated, inspired and reminded of how much I love The Pixies.” WHAT’S ON THE FRINGE

 “A truly wondrous show of pure inspiration.” BRINK MAGAZINE