Australian theatre maker Stuart Bowden presents his highly anticipated third solo show, She Was Probably Not A Robot. Following the international success of The Beast - nominated for Best Independent Theatre Writing and Best Independent Theatre Performer (Melbourne Green Room Awards 2013) and The World Holds Everyone Apart, Apart From Us - nominated for the Arches Brick Award (Edinburgh Fringe 2011) and Best Theatre, Best Performer and the Underbelly Edinburgh Award (Adelaide Fringe 2011). She Was Probably Not A Robot is a lo-fi, DIY, off-beat, sci-fi, storytelling experience; a surreal, soulful comedy about a decomposing world and a cosmic visitor. When the world ends in flood and fire, one man, asleep on his air-mattress, floats out of his bedroom window, through the burning debris and out to sea to be the sole survivor and last hope for humanity. This is an enchanting tale adorned with live music, simple storytelling and physical comedy. Stuart's smartly crafted writing, combined with his joyful performance make for an uplifting tale of loneliness, grief, hope and silliness.