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Thomas Carter Projects, in partnership with Royal Exchange Theatre and Resonance FM.

24 HOURS OF PEACE

  • Created and Directed by Neil Bartlett
  • 10 November 2019 - 11 November 2019
  • The Theatre

Director Neil Bartlett’s epic Remembrance Sunday act of witness to the work of 100 contemporary peace-workers will be a show like no other.

The event begins on Sunday 10 November at 11am and will finish at 11am on Monday 11 November with 2 minutes silence.

Seating is unreserved, and the event is unticketed - feel free to drop in and out of the event whenever you like.

The theatre will be open from 10am on Sunday. Both entrances to the theatre will be open until 6pm on Sunday - after which there’ll be access via the St Ann's Square entrance only.

The Rivals will be running a café service from 10am to 10pm and tea, coffee and soft drinks will be available in the hall over night.

Cold drinks, can be taken into the theatre, you can easily pop out for a hot drink. Food can be eaten in the hall.

We will be carrying out bag searches at times throughout the event, and ask that visitors only bring small bags with them.

We’re delightetd to confirm that Toby Jones, Miranda Richardson and Mina Anwar have all confirmed they will be taking part alongside our community ensemble.

You can see a full timetable of performers - here - all the details are correct at time of going to print – but maybe subject to change.

Join us and be part of something extraordinary! 

 
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PERFORMERS

Sara Abanur, Esh Alladi, Adjoa Andoh, Mina Anwar, Hafsah Bashir, Alicia Bloundele, Oceana Cage, Richard Cant, Liz Carr, Hiba Choudry, Sandra Cole, Gillian Cragg, Derbhle Crotty, Kieran Cunningham, Stephen Dale, Tom Durrant, Abas el Janabi, Joe Emmerson, Tamzin Griffin, Daniel Healiss, Carla Henry, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Cherylee Houston, Liz Hume Dawson, Kate Ireland, Steven Ireland, Chris Jack, Toby Jones, Deborah Leech, David Longworth, Eileen Longworth, Wyllie Longmore, Sarah Mather, Andy Muzondiwa, Kate O'Donnell, Alison Peebles, Sameera Reyani, Steffan Rhodri, Guy Rhys, Miranda Richardson, Hazel Roy, Marlon Solomon, Alima Sonne, Maggie Steed, Maureen Stipe, Sharma Walfall, Yusra Warsama.

Join us live: The theatre will stay open throughout the 24 hours of the performance, and admission will be free.

Join us online: 24 HOURS OF PEACE will be broadcast live, in its entirety, on independent arts station Resonance FM – resonancefm.com

Follow us on Twitter: @24HoursofPeace

Find out more: 24hoursofpeace.co.uk

This project has been supported by Manchester City Council, Arts Council of England; Thomas Carter Projects; Royal Exchange Theatre; Resonance FM; John S Cohen Trust and Margaret Hayman Charitable Trust.

  • Event Information
  • VENUE: The Theatre

    PERFORMANCE DATES: Sunday 10 - Monday 11 November 2019

    TICKET INFORMATION: Free, unreserved, no tickets needed. Simply turn up and be involved. 

  • Creative Team
  • DIRECTOR Neil Bartlett

     

  • Accessible Performances
  • 24 HOURS OF PEACE will be captioned at the following times: 

    Sunday 10 November - 11am - 1pm

    Sunday 10 November - 2pm - 4pm

    Sunday 10 November - 5pm - 7pm

    Monday 11 November - 9am - 11am

  • Performer

    Esh Alladi

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    Adjoa Andoh

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    Mina Anwar

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    Richard Cant

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    Liz Carr

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    Sandra Cole

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    Derbhle Crotty

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    Kieran Cunningham

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    Tamzin Griffin

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    Carla Henry

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    Julie Hesmondhalgh

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    Cherylee Houston

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    Liz Hume Dawson

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    Chris Jack

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    Toby Jones

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    Wyllie Longmore

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    Kate O'Donnell

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    Alison Peebles

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    Steffan Rhodri

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    Guy Rhys

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    Miranda Richardson

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    Marlon Solomon

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    Maggie Steed

    Performer

    Sharma Walfall

    Performer

    Yusra Warsama

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