A silhouetted woman backlit against a dark background, surrounded by strange, angular objects lit in blue and pink
Woman on stage looking over to her right
Woman with her hands in the air looking shocked

An Attempt to Lose Time

Would it be possible to live without time? 

Featuring musings on climate change, quantum physics, crabs and the destruction of humanity, this solo show sees Miranda leave the city, take to the canals, travel to a remote Scottish island and form questionable relationships with moorhens in her quest to escape time.

An Attempt to Lose Time is a playful, surreal and surprising meditation on time blending the personal and the collective, a questioning of the status quo and an invitation to see time differently.

★★★★ “Witty, moving and relatable.”  Everything Theatre

“Utterly hilarious…charming, funny and darkly comic. A very memorable piece which will stick in the mind long after other shows have been confined to brain-dust.”  FringeReview on This Is Just Who I Am, 2018

★★★★ “Truly outstanding...Weird, smart and compelling.”  FringeFeed

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Contemporary
United Kingdom • SA Premiere

Sun, 18 Feb - Sun, 25 Feb

70 min

The Warehouse Theatre

$25 to $28

PG (1 Warning)

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Reviews

  • Hidden Gem 1
  • Mind-blowing 1
  • There is cleverness squeezed into every nook and cranny of this innovative, surreal, but entirely relatable performance - Mark Wickett, Stage Whispers

  • Truly outstanding...Prag is clearly a gifted writer and a captivating storyteller...weird, smart and compelling - Lilly Heseltine, FringeFeed

  • A wonderfully weird exploration of time, climate change, hubris and how humanity can do things differently. - Alana Pahor, On The Record

  • Strange, funny and philosophical...a delightful show that explores human nature and the elusive, tyrannical and wondrous force that is time. - Eilidh McKenzie, Binge Fringe

  • Witty, moving and relatable, this show tackles big issues in an accessible way and builds, literally, to a surprising conclusion. - Alastair Ball, Everything Theatre

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Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts

  • Hidden Gem 1
  • Mind-blowing 1
  • There is cleverness squeezed into every nook and cranny of this innovative, surreal, but entirely relatable performance - Mark Wickett, Stage Whispers

  • Truly outstanding...Prag is clearly a gifted writer and a captivating storyteller...weird, smart and compelling - Lilly Heseltine, FringeFeed

  • A wonderfully weird exploration of time, climate change, hubris and how humanity can do things differently. - Alana Pahor, On The Record

  • Strange, funny and philosophical...a delightful show that explores human nature and the elusive, tyrannical and wondrous force that is time. - Eilidh McKenzie, Binge Fringe

  • Witty, moving and relatable, this show tackles big issues in an accessible way and builds, literally, to a surprising conclusion. - Alastair Ball, Everything Theatre

See more on the Fringefeed
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