The artists trying to save the world in 14 minutes flat...

PUBLISHED: 12:18 25 October 2012

Nathan Evans, the brains behind 'I Love You But...'

Nathan Evans, the brains behind 'I Love You But...'

Justin David

A unique amalgamation of cabaret, art and film is to come to East London this month for the grand finale of its national tour.

The snappily titled “I Love You But We Only Have Fourteen Minutes To Save The Earth” is the product of Nathan Evans’ vivid imagination, and has been a major success at showings around the country.

It features performances from Nathan and three other artists, each of whom are given the brief to save the world from armageddon within the tight 14 minute time-frame.

Ahead of the performance at Stratford Circus Nathan said: “After a year of manuring and pruning it’s been a pleasure to oversee the original ‘I Love You But...’ seedlings blossoming and, as we move into autumn, the show continues to branch out to new audiences and bear new artistic fruit.

“I’m looking forward to working with new artists at Stratford Circus to create another new piece to end our tour (if the world doesn’t end before).”

The performances are to be held on Friday November 16 at Stratford Circus. For more information and tickets, visit:

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