Jordan Hall’s 2016 play is making its European premiere at London’s Finborough Theatre in a production directed by Jimmy Walters. There are two important things to note about this play.
First of all, it won’t teach you how to survive an apocalypse. Secondly, for those expecting it to be a topical production about the pandemic, it was actually written a few years ago: it focuses on a group of millennials who are acutely aware of the difficult life hands they’ve been dealt, and are considering how best to equip themselves to navigate a potentially disastrous future.
It describes itself as a romantic comedy for the end of days, but if we’re being honest it’s a little light on laughs – there are some mildly entertaining jokes and some amusing