A play exploring the epic battles within the psyche is coming to the Bay Theatre at Weymouth College on Wednesday, January 29.

Vaccuum Theatre presents Passengers, a semi-autobiographical dark comedy about the epic battles and alliances within the psyche and the power of the mind to protect itself from pain.

Max wants to tell you a story. He’s not entirely sure why, or even who he is; savage, peacekeeper or critic?

Passengers, by award-winners Kit Redstone and Jessica Edwards, invites you to see the self in a whole new way.

Passengers was performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2019.

Vacuum Theatre’s core team are award winning theatre makers Kit Redstone and Vicky Kyriakoulakou. Kit and Vicky met while doing their Masters in Performance Making at Goldsmiths and subsequently formed a company with the aim of merging theatre with more experimental forms of performance.

Their work is often typified by using direct address as the relationship with the audience is always central to their shows. A typical Vacuum Theatre show will have a disconcerting blend of comedy and tragedy, and a lot of playfulness and heart.

Their process is a combination of research, playwriting, devising and improvisation.

The company have shown and developed work at The Arcola, The Yard Theatre, The Lyric Hammersmith, The Battersea Arts Centre in London as well as having toured major cities in India. They have been company in residence at Teaterooen in Copenhagen, Denmark

*Passengers, Bay Theatre, Weymouth College, Wednesday, January 29, 7.30pm. Tickets cost £12.50 for adults and £10.50 for concessions. They're available from the box office on 01305 208702 or by going to ticketsource.co.uk/thebaytheatre