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Malibu, California. Charles Darwin has wound up in a beach house overlooking the Pacific with a girl young enough to be his daughter. Believing that all the heated debate about The Origin Of Species is far behind him, Darwin now finds guidance from cheap tabloid horoscopes and trashy beach reading. But when his old friend Thomas Huxley washes up on the beach with the Bishop of Oxford he finds himself entangled in a life and death comedy about God and science, love and loss, and the sex life of barnacles.Performers Oliver Ford Davies (Darwin), Douglas Henshall (Thomas Huxley), Nigel Planer (Bishop of Oxford).
Author Crispin Whittell. Producer Hampstead Theatre. Director Robert Delamere. Design Simon Higlett.
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