We are proud to announce the launch of our new book, Clockwork Watch: Tick Tock IPA #2.
The first 40 copies come with a free limited/numbered edition copy of The London Gazette, our fictional newspaper that was central to the immersive experience theatrical, staged at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, last week.
The book, a continuation of Tick Tock story, follows Ervin the sentient Clockwork on his journey of discovery.
“A Clockwork automaton falls into a brewery’s fermentation tank, and gains sentience. Exactly the opposite of what would happen to a human being. He finds himself in a world sick to the core, searching for a miracle. Could he be the answer? Is he ready for such responsibility? And why isn’t anyone asking him what he wants?”
Thanks to everyone who made it to The Tinku Diaries, last night at the Royal Museums Greenwich, where Clockwork Watch hosted a first from within our storyworld – the physical publication of our fictional newspaper – the London Gazette, and hidden snippets about Tinku’s private life in the UK, which just happens to be the launch for our next graphic novel, Tick Tock IPA #2.
The limited edition newspaper featured stories by the Museum, contributors, and the public.
Performances were by Mayowa Coker, Phillip Whiteman, Suna Dasi, and Ziazan.
Thanks to Katherine McAlpine, Richard Dunn, Heloise Finch-Boyer, and all the team at the Royal Museums Greenwich.