ReGen: What is the future of stem cell research? The paths of two strangers meet at a crossroads between vanity and guilt. Gastronomy meets surgery in a world-changing clash of egos.

Based on real groundbreaking stem cell research with the collaboration of scientists from King’s College London, ReGen will be featured every day of the festival, followed by new sci-fi short plays. Each day will have different short plays and the Saturday matinee we will have real scientists talking about their research and how much of the show is actually fiction...you'll be surprised! To find out more about click here

 

For more info about the short plays and creative team click on the days!
 

MON 27

ReGen

by Juan Echenique

 

Sending A Message

by Scotto Moore

User Conversion

by Gaël van den Bossche

 

Julie Blinks

by Reina Hardy

FRI 31

​​ReGen

by Juan Echenique

Last Chance

by Jack Jackman
 

Sorry, My Compassion Is On The Blink

by Darren Ross
 

Suspended By A Sunbeam by Luke McCabe

TUE 28

ReGen

by Juan Echenique

Kitties In Space

by John Joseph Enright

 

 

Decisions, Decisions

by John Barron

SAT 1 JUNE

Matinee

ReGen

by Juan Echenique

Q&A

Panel with playwright and scientists from King's College London Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine

WED 29

ReGen

by Juan Echenique

Troll

by Liam Kelly
 

A Dream Of Two Moons

by Dorothea Cahan
 

Flight To Neptune

by Emma Zadow

SAT 1 JUNE

​​ReGen

by Juan Echenique

Five Years

by Conor Patrick Carrol
 

Remote Access

by Zeph Auerbach
 

The Turing Test

by Mike McGeever

THU 30

ReGen

by Juan Echenique

Blind Sided

by Jonathan Holloway
 

The Fail Of Man

by Russell Nichol

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