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Chrysalis Festival: Under The Covers

Chrysalis Festival: Under The Covers

It left me deeply moved; humbled by the willing transparency of the performers to tell their truth."
Dr. Rachel Morris, Psychotherapist, Writer and Broadcaster
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    Start date7 Nov 2015
    End date7 Nov 2015
  • TicketsFull price £12 / Concessions £10 / Panel discussions Free but ticketed / Ticket Offer: 3-show Chrysalis Festival Pass £22 (any 3 performances) Full Chrysalis Festival Pass £32 (all 4 performances)
    Genre Theatre,

    Contact Young Company

    Under The Covers examines young people’s contemporary attitudes to sex, questioning myths and breaking down taboos.

    The show is inspired by the Wellcome Collection exhibition The Institute of Sexology, and the National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles.

    Contact Young Company is a renowned young ensemble of performers, actors, dancers, musicians, poets and MCs based at Contact, Manchester. Each year they create brand new professional standard shows in collaboration with national and international artists.

    This performance is part of the Chrysalis Festival 2015.

    Access: BSL interpreted performance Sat 7 Nov, 7pm

    #ChrysalisFest / www.contactmcr.com / @contactmcr

    Dates & Times
    Sat 7 Nov, 12.15pm & 7pm

    Tickets
    Full Price £12
    Concessions £10

    Ticket Package Offers click here
    3-show Chrysalis Festival Pass £22 (any 3 performances) 
    Full Chrysalis Festival Pass £32 (all 4 performances)

    The amount stated is the final price for tickets through all sales channels. For further fee information, see our Box Office information page.

    Venue 
    T1

    Age Recommendation
    14+

    Note: Contains some strong language and sexual references. Latecomers only to be admitted at approx. 5 mins in when ‘Let’s Get Imitate’ song is playing.

    Image by Joel Chester Fildes

    Supported by the Wellcome Collection

    • Stacy Makishi

      Director
    • It left me deeply moved; humbled by the willing transparency of the performers to tell their truth."
      Dr. Rachel Morris, Psychotherapist, Writer and Broadcaster
    • This is an exhilarating show to experience. It's beautifully designed and brilliantly choreographed."
      Jackie Stacey, Professor of Media and Cultural Studies, The University of Manchester
     
     

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