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Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow

Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow

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“There's a lot teenagers don't know about the world.” 
But there's a lot more that no-one knows.  

Georgia finds a black hole in her bedroom. Everything has been floating away since her sister’s death, and this is the final straw. So she’s blasting off on a mission for answers. On the way she’ll meet talking foxes, rubbish-heap monsters, and God particles. Nine teenagers take us on this adventure, with dazzling puppets and live music. It’s a story about feeling small and the future and the space people leave behind.

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By Nathan Ellis

Presented by MCS Productions

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