- 25 August 2016 - 27 August 2016
- On Tour / External
Are you committed to building a stronger future?
Want to be part of a sustainable franchise?
Would you like to increase your opportunities and decrease your chances of misfortune?
If so, then The Factory is for you and we invite you to step inside our doors.
Following on from the success of Brink and Nothing, the Royal Exchange Theatre Young Company bring this new immersive experience to the Swan St. Studio which will see audiences plunged into an unexpected journey of tempation, power and canapés when new company Chrysalis invite them to see their innovative solutions to the problems of poverty and overpopulation.
- Event Information
VENUE: Swan Street Studio
PERFORMANCE DATES: Thursday 25 August - Saturday 27 August 2016
Thursday 25 August: 19.00, 19.30, 20.00, 20.30
Friday 26 August: 19.00, 19.30, 20.00, 20.30
Saturday 27 August: 14.30, 15.00, 15.30, 19.00, 19.30, 20.00, 20.30
TICKET PRICES: £7/£5
BOOK TICKETS: Box Office 0161 833 9833 / online
RUNNING TIME: 45 minutes (approximately)
RECOMMENDED FOR AGES 14+
Audience members are asked to gather at the entrance to our Swan Street building (HOW TO FIND US) latecomers will not be admitted due to the nature of the show and, unfortunately, we are not able to offer refunds to latecomers.
The Factory has been generously supported by:
- Creative Team
DEVISED BY: The Company
DIRECTED BY: Matt Hassall
DESIGNED BY: Bethany Wells
SOUND DESIGN: Gerry Marsden
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Ross Carey
Harry Thompson, Heather Cohen, Matthew Wane, Caitlin Gazeley, Holly Patra
- Accessible Performances
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A PROMENADE PRODUCTION there will be standing and walking throughout. Please wear appropriate and comfortable clothes and footwear. It is advised not to bring any bulky items or luggage as they will have to remain with you throughout the performance. Audience members will be contacted in advance of the performance to confirm details.
Thursday 25 August: 8.30pm, Saturday 27 August: 3.30pm
These performances are adapted for audience members with mobility needs. They are not exclusive and can be attended by patrons without mobility needs.