A Royal Exchange Theatre Young Company production


  • Directed by Matt Hassall
  • 11 April 2018 - 14 April 2018
  • The Studio
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“This is Manchester; we do things differently here.”

A mixtape is a home-made compilation of music recorded in a specific order, for somebody specific.

Our MIXTAPE is a new kind of musical – part gig, part play, part party. A harmonious ode to this city.

The award-winning Royal Exchange Theatre Young Company return with this vibrant new musical exploring what it means to live in this city today and to make a place your home. MIXTAPE will be the latest production by the Young Company following the recent successes of WE WERE TOLD THERE WAS DANCING, NOTHING (winner of an MTAward), and THE FACTORY.

Performing in the Royal Exchange Studio before touring across Greater Manchester.

  • Event Information
  • VENUE: The Studio

    PERFORMANCE DATES: Wednesday 11 April - Saturday 14 April 2018

    PERFORMANCE TIMES: Evenings, 7.30pm and Saturday Matinee, 2.30pm (which is BSL Interpreted)
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    RUNNING TIME: Approx 70 minutes, no interval

    TICKET INFORMATION: Standard Tickets £13.00 / Concessions £11.00
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    BOOK TICKETS: Box Office 0161 833 9833 / online

    PLEASE NOTE: Due to the gig environment of the event there will be standing throughout. Please wear appropriate footwear. It is not advised to bring any bulky items or luggage as they will have to remain with you throughout the performance. 


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  • Accessible Performances
  • BSL PERFORMANCE: Saturday 14 April, 2.30pm. BOOK TICKETS

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