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MAYURI: A One-Woman Sci-Fi Show

August 11 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Following an existential crisis, Mayuri leaves her human life behind, befriends the android Riza and has her mind transferred into a machine. Alienated by humans and robots alike, she embarks on a haunting journey of self-discovery, violence and despair… Her life keeps changing while a cult starts following her like a god.

Mayuri is a one-woman sci-fi play for a goddess and a priest; a dystopian storytelling experience; a sermon for the Cult of Mayuri on a strange island in the Mediterranean Sea.

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About Cyborphic (Theatre Company)

Cyborphic is a science fiction & Greek theatre company run by theatremakers & theatre scholars Christos Callow Jr & Andriana Domouzi. It seeks to promote science fiction in the theatre, as well as the work of contemporary Greek artists in the UK and new versions of classical Greek theatre, especially lost Greek drama.

About Christos Callow Jr (Playwright & Director)

Christos Callow Jr is a Greek British playwright & lecturer. Produced plays include Last Tragedy & Voice. He also directed Voice and SUM by Susan Gray. Founder of the Performing Greece conferences on contemporary Greek theatre & Talos: the first Sci-Fi Theatre Festival of the UK.

About Liza Callinicos (Performer)

Liza is a film and theatre actress; a writer herself and a sci-fi fan, thus also partly Greek & geek. She’s worked on Mayuri before during its R&D stage and for a rehearsed reading of the play at Talos 2019.

About Kensington + Chelsea Festival:

From 21 June – 31 August, K+C Festival will bring people together to celebrate, inspire, and be inspired. They are co-creating a diverse programme with local, national and international artists, their communities, organisations and the wealth of talent behind the scenes whose careers have been on hold over the past year.


August 11
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Chelsea Theatre
7 World's End Place
London, SW10 0DR United Kingdom
020 7352 1967


Kensington + Chelsea Festival