NUS comedy and theatre tickets

March

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  • Proto-type Theater: A Machine they’re Secretly Building

  • Friday 22 March, 7pm – 8.07pm
  • £5 concession
  • Join us from what might be a news desk, an office, a bunker under a mountain or a theatre, where two people speak up, speak out, blow the whistle and lift the veil on the insidious machine of surveillance. A Machine they’re Secretly Building charts a course from the Top Secret secrets of WWI intelligence through to 9/11, the erosion of privacy, Edward Snowden, and the terror of a future that might already be upon us.
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April

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  • First Bite Festival 2019

  • Commissioned by mac Birmingham, In Good Company and Warwick Arts Centre.
  • Friday 5 April, 7pm
  • Help us mould the future of theatre in the Midlands. Attenborough Arts Centre is offering us an exclusive chance to see work-in- progress material from both new and established regional theatre companies. We’ll enjoy brand spanking new theatre and get the chance to offer our feedback to help develop their shows. Three shows will be commissioned by the festival partners and showcased at Bite Size Festival at Warwick Arts Centre in January 2020.
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  • Check In Festival

  • Friday 5 and Saturday 6 April
  • Suitable for ages 16+
  • We’re so excited for another festival of experimentation and play, for all of us who are curious. There’s plenty happening over the two days including workshops, scratch performances and immersive happenings. Check out our Check-In line up so far, with more to be announced soon on our website or pick up a Departure Lounge Check-in brochure for full listings or click here
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  • Tricky Second Album: In Bed with my Brother

  • Saturday 6 April, 7pm – 8pm
  • Pay what you think
  • Join us to watch, In Bed with my Brother, three performance makers who like to make a massive song and dance out of the mundane and are a messy, multimedia mish-mash of clowning, dance routines and bad lip-syncing.
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  • Choreocracy by Casson & Friends

  • Friday 12 April, 7.30pm – 8.30pm
  • £5
  • Suitable for ages 12+ but all welcome
  • In Choreocracy, audiences decide what they do or don’t want to see. We have our say about what the performers do next, and discover what happens when we ask the public what would make a good show. Record Breaking Dance Artist Tim Casson and BAFTA award- winning Digital Artist Seb Lee-Delisle will guide us through innovative mobile technology that will give us full control over the show. Decide what you do or don’t want to see as we explore whether a performance can be truly democratic.
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  • Resurgence: Arthouse Wrestling

  • Saturday 27 April, 6pm doors open, 7pm – 10pm
  • £12 concession
  • Suitable for ages 12+ (under 14’s accompanied by adults)
  • Art, theatre and wrestling collide! Experience the thrills, spills, comedy, drama and excitement live, as the men and women of arthouse wrestling tear it up in this unique performance spectacle! Featuring many of world’s leading wrestling stars. Follow Wrestling Resurgence on social media for all the latest news, gossip, storylines, merchandise and match announcements.
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