We still think that geographical and economic accessibility to theatre and live performance is a big problem. So we’re setting out to combat that. Again.
You see, the thing with theatre is that’s it’s not particularly accessible. The average price of a theatre ticket in the UK is just under £25,while over half of all performances in the UK each year take place in London. We think that’s a real problem, and we’re setting out to fix it. Check out our list of locations and dates below!!
So we’re going to be sleeping, eating, and performing out of a van for three months.
That way, we can reach people that most theatre companies simply avoid – and contained within all that, tickets to our shows are capped at a fiver, with 1/4 of all performances being pay what you want. If you want to find out more about the idea, the plan, or the shows themselves, then just follow these links!
St Andrews (Scotland) 2nd and 3rd June
Newton Stewart (Scotland) 5th and 6th June
Enniskillen (Northern Ireland) 9th and 10th June
Roundstone (R.O.I.) 13th and 14th June
Doolin (R.O.I.) 16th and 17th June
Killorglin (R.O.I.) 20th and 21st June
Kenmare (R.O.I.) 23rd and 24th June
Clonakilty (R.O.I.) 4th and 5th July
Crosshaven (R.O.I.) 7th and 8th July
St Davids (Wales) 11th and 12th July
Bala (Wales) 14th and 15th July
Keswick (England) 18th and 19th July
Eyemouth (Scotland) 21st and 22nd July
Douglas (Scotland) 24th and 25th July
Balloch (Scotland) 27th and 28th July
Dollar (Scotland) 30th and 31st Jul
Edinburgh Fringe Festival – 10th to 19th of August,