Dates and Times
Tue 23 – Sat 27 November at 7.15pm
Featured in our 2021 Autumn Season.
Our three-month autumn programme features extravagant new talent offering extraordinary new adventures in theatre. Join us! Our new sliding doors are wide open, our new bar is well stocked – and we’ve got a legion of artists here to entertain you…
Take advantage of our double bill ticket offer, and book two different shows on the same night for just £16! Simply add the tickets for both shows into your basket and we’ll do the rest.
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Presented by BAP!
What does Atomic Kitten have to do with Tony Blair’s education policy? What had the cha cha slide got to teach us about managed decline in small towns? Does the secret to revolution lie in karaoke?
Armed with a state education, a karaoke machine and a dance mat, every night an unrehearsed guest performer is going to try and work out the answer to all these questions and more.
We follow one class from 2000 to 2020, and as every year goes by the guest performer chooses a number one hit song from that year which has inspired either a monologue, karaoke challenge or dance mat routine. The choices that are made change how the show turns out, so every night is unique, it’s up to you to decide who goes to university, who passes their exams, and who slips through the cracks of a broken system.
Education, Education, Karaoke is the story of the divisions that wealthy politicians built into state education, and through this choose-your-own tacky adventure we’re going to work out how we might all come back together in solidarity and change that.
The Friday 26th and Saturday 27th performances will include a post-show karaoke party! These nights are priced at £15/12 (concession).
Friday’s host is TBC, Saturday’s host is Kate Butch.
Developed on Starting Blocks at CPT.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
This show is entirely unrehearsed and different every night. The company notes there is no content to consider built into the show but that they have ave little control over some improvised moments.
The company don’t believe there are any health warnings in this performance.
If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by emailing [email protected]k.
About the company
Tom is a writer, fundraisers and organiser who’s is on a mission to change who gets to imagine the future. Earlier this year their production of “Can You See Into a Black Hole?” ran outdoors in Covent Garden to rave reviews and they will soon be creating their first show at The Barbican. BAP! is a company they are creating to manage their projects, bring together theatre shows, community projects and professional development schemes.