Still No Idea

    • SHOWING
    • 24 Oct -
      26 Oct 2019
      24 Oct - 26 Oct 2019
    About

    written by Lisa Hammond, Lee Simpson and Rachael Spence

    originally co-produced by Improbable and The Royal Court Theatre

    Lisa and Rachael want to make a show, but there’s a problem: they don’t have any ideas.

    So, who do they turn to? The Great British Public of course!

    They make a pact. They’ll go onto the streets, interview people, and whatever story the public come up with – that will be the show. No backing out, no changing what they don’t like. Deal.

    Still No Idea is Lisa and Rachael’s quest: a mischievous look at two friends searching for drama, action, and a story to tell. Part-verbatim theatre, part-confession, part-comedy sketch show with a bit of singing and dancing thrown in. Turns out getting the public to write your story is quite an adventure.

    Director: Lee Simpson
    Designer: Ben Stones
    Lighting Designer: Colin Grenfell

     



    is proud to support Tobacco Factory Theatres as it stages its May – Dec 19 season

    • RUNNING TIME1hr 20mins
    • AGE RECOMMENDATION14+
    • TICKETSFrom £12 (Tickets and prices subject to availability)
    • VENUE

    8pm

    AGED 16-26? TICKETS JUST £10
    Available in advance on price bands B and C

    MULTIBUYS
    Book 3 or more shows SAVE 15% and Book 5 or more shows SAVE 20%
    Available in advance on price bands A and B

    BSL INTERPRETED PERFORMANCE
    Fri 25 October 8pm
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    Business Club Members can get 2 for 1 tickets to the performance on Thu 24 Oct. Book early as this offer is subject to availability. To claim please quote your company promotion code over the phone or in person at the Box Office. Please bring proof of the company you work for.

    TEACHERS’ EVENING: STILL NO IDEA
    Thu 24 October

    Workshop 5.30pm – 7pm £10 / FREE for Teacher Members*
    Still No Idea
    8pm From £12 or £10.80 for Teacher Members*

    Image: Idil Sukan

    Reviews
    • ****

      "A lucid, delightfully ironic and politically piercing 80 minutes"

      The Guardian
    • ****

      "Hammond and Spence are not going to leave any lazy attitude towards disability un-skewered"

      Evening Standard

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