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Boom - a semi-scientific tale of fish, sex and the end of the world – review

Theatre 503 Peter Sinn Nachtrieb’s comedy raises a few laughs and some interesting points about scientific evidence and how not to plan for the end of the world If someone was offering “sex to change the course of the world” would you swipe left? Or would you take the chance and meet them? If you’re anything like Jo, you’ll take the chance. If you’re lucky, you’ll get crazy-exciting sex.
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