Part of Co:LAB Festival 2018. Created by the Royal Exchange Theatre's Open Exchange.
Using digital storytelling and live theatre, it explores the everyday issues disabled people face, questioning how we function as a society, the foundation of 'social norms' and need to fit in and be accepted.
The piece aims to be thought provoking, challenging people's perspectives of disability, perceived privilege and how our identities fragment between the virtual world and what is real.
Visit the Co:LAB Festival 2018 homepage for more events in the festival.
Co:LAB festival is part of Open Exchange
VENUE: The Great Hall (3 locations, please meet at Box Office)
PERFORMANCE DATE: Sunday 22 July 2018
PERFORMANCE TIMES: 3.00pm - 3.15pm, 4.00pm - 4.15pm and 5.00pm - 5.15pm (3 monologues happening at the same time per time slot)
TICKETS: All events are pay what you decide.
We have introduced a Pay What You Decide pricing policy for Co:LAB shows. The scheme works by enabling audiences to attend shows without paying for a ticket beforehand, but tickets can be reserved prior to a performance. Then on exiting the show, you have the opportunity to make a donation of what you decide you want to, or can afford to pay, based on your overall enjoyment of the performance.
At the end of the performance, you can text, for example, ‘CLAB18 £5’ to 70070. You can choose from £3/£5/£10/£15/£20
BOOK NOW: Online or via the Box Office on 0161 833 9833
PERFORMER/WRITER Andrew Duffy
PERFORMER/WRITER Natalie Amber
PERFORMER/WRITER Stephanie Riches
PRODUCER James Greenhalgh
DIRECTOR Grace Cordell
BSL PERFORMANCE: Sunday 22 July
1 PAGE EASY READ SYNOPSIS: click here to download
AUDIO DESCRIPTION INTRODUCTION: