Kay Adshead's play, PROTOZOA, was commissioned for the Jellyfish Theatre, a temporary theatre space built of reclaimed materials.
In a world fractured by near-disaster the government asserts a new oppressive police state based on segregation and control. Cordelia, a successful property developer, and Sheann, a single mother, are poles apart, but now they form an unlikely alliance. Surviving in the debris, one tries to rebuild her former life, the other searches for her missing daughter. Can they find enough strength to build an alternative society and does the mysterious and secretive colony of river women on the other bank hold the key?
Jellyfish Theatre has now been recycled. It was located on Union Street, London SE1.
Jellyfish Theatre was part of the OIKOS Project by Red Room and partners.
editors' note: see our blog on Ashdenizen about the Jellyfish Theatre here.