The London Olympics, summer 2012. The owner of an old fashioned, out of date cinema decides to refurbish and modernise her business with the latest in technology and digital cinema to show the Olympics, live and in full 3D to the millions of international tourists that have flocked to the city.
However, something is wrong, and the computer that controls everything is behaving in a strange and inexplicable way.
When the "computer engineer" arrives at the cinema to solve the problems a whole series of mishaps, misunderstandings and hidden secrets will make fixing the machines and opening the cinema impossible.
They have to broadcast the games, whatever happens, and they will have to employ all their human qualities to beat the computer.
Remembering that life itself is in 3D, they may be able to find the perfect solution and, at the same time, make us all think about the value of new technologies and the way we use them.
3D Evolution is a dynamic, musical and participatory comedy where events happen at a great pace that will try to show that humans really are, and always will be, the most extraordinary computers of all.
Just as every year the play was thoroughly enjoyable.
They have such a rapport with students that they just love it !.