A dazed man in a suburban garden in 1895 says he has a story to tell about travelling to the future.
Is he mad, joking or describing a prophesy or a dream?
H G Wells’ novella The Time Machine is brought to the stage at the Castle Theatre, inWellingborough, on Tuesday, July 15.
The story was one of the first to popularise the idea of time travel in literature and was the forerunner of Back To The Future and Dr Who.
The story itself has been adapted into a variety of formats over the years including two Hollywood films.
This classic science fiction tale is brought to life by Robert Lloyd Parry of the Nunkie Theatre Company in his one-man show which is touring this summer.
Tickets are £10 and Friends of The Castle get £1 off. Tickets can be purchased by calling the box office on 01933 270 007 or online at www.thecastle.org.uk.