Performed by Leeds-based theatre company Imitating The Dog, it comes to Aldershot's West End Centre on May 22 and 23.

The lift doors close and scenes are glimpsed through the windows, giving the impression of violent motion. Vistas on to extraordinary landscapes are momentarily revealed as the lift attempts to locate the correct floor. Through a mix of image, voice-over and live action a narrative emerges: an arranged meeting, a fatal accident and the playing out of a potential, though impossible, relationship.

Part romance and part thriller, this show is a combination of film, video projection, live action and radical design.

Imitating The Dog are known for their innovative notion of story telling in a theatrical setting.

They aim to create entertaining, accessible and thought-provoking material, enhanced by imaginative design and soundtracks.

Tickets cost £6 in advance or £7 on the door. Call the box office on 01252 330040.