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Across the UK there are thousands of people who have stopped playing. There are guitars propped up in bedrooms that haven’t been strummed in years. Trumpets that got packed away after the brass band played its last gig. Drum kits taking up too much space in garages.
Unfolding Theatre is developing a show that explores why we stop playing and what it might take to get us started again.
They are working with a team of talented, imaginative theatre-makers and musicians, including singer and guitarist Ross Millard (The Futureheads, Frankie & The Heartstrings) and performer Alex Elliott (who has collaborated with Kneehigh, Northern Stage, Quarantine, Traverse Theatre and used to play bass clarinet).
Scratch allows artists to test ideas and get audience feedback. The performance you will see is a work in development. Come explore and be the first to discover the future of theatre.
Running Time: approx 60 mins
|Wed 15 - Thu 16 Mar 2017|
TA 091290 53.74624 -0.34641
Turn onto the A63 at jct 38 of the M62 travelling East into Hull. Once on the A63 you will go under the Humber Bridge and you are about 5 miles away. As you approach the city centre you will come past The Junction Retail Park on your right. Ignore the exit marked for the ring road, yours is the next one signed for local traffic/infirmary. Come off to the left and follow the exit road round until you come to a large-ish roundabout. Take the second exit off the roundabout following signs for
By Public Transport:
Hull Truck is a two minute walk from Paragon Interchange in Hull City Centre. Walk towards St. Stephen's Shopping Centre across the road keep walking straight passed and you will see Hull Truck Theatre.
Parking is available in St Stephen's Shopping Centre for £1 after 6pm. Please check prices before 6pm.
: 0 miles from Paragon Interchange station
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