Discuss, debate and dissect productions with fellow audience members
From the people who were there, the people who can see the impact punk had on culture and the people who are just discovering punk today, this discussion will explore questions around anarchy, activism and Queer Culture. What are the subcultures and activism of our time and would it even be possible for punk to exist now?
PLATFORM EVENTS are an opportunity for you to delve deeper into the world and themes of each play, enabling audiences, experts and people with specific interests to enter into a high profile discussion around some of the core questions and issues at the heart of each production.
These Platform Events are in partnership with Manchester University.
VENUE: The Studio
EVENT DATE & TIME: Saturday 18 November, 12.30pm
TICKET INFORMATION: All tickets £5
BOOK TICKETS: Box Office 0161 833 9833 / online
Join the cast of JUBILEE in a Q&A
Friday 17 November, 12.30pm - 1.30pm.
Tickets £5 - for members only
JUBILEE POST-SHOW DISCUSSION
After Tuesday 14 November Evening Performance
No need to book tickets for discussion
Book tickets to performance
JUBILEE PLATFORM EVENT
Saturday 18 November, 12.30pm in The Studio.
Tickets £5. Book online. More Information
JUBILEE THEATRE CLUB
Discuss, debate and dissect productions with fellow audience members in this friendly and informal club
Thursday 16 November, (post-show, approx 10.00pm)
Free but ticketed. Please book at Box Office 0161 833 9833
"NOT AN EXERCISE IN NOSTALGIA..."
For this special Audience Exchange conversation, held immediately after the matinee of JUBILEE, and supported by the ESRC Festival of Social Science, we will be joined by Dr Kingsley Purdam from the University of Manchester.
Saturday 11 November, 4.30pm - 6.30pm
Tickets FREE but ticketed
Book online More Information