Dates and Times
Fri 23 March at 7:15pm
Part of Sprint 2018, CPT’s annual festival of adventurous new performance. The festival runs from Mon 5 – Sat 24 March. Take advantage of our double bill ticket offer, and book two different shows on the same night for just £16! Simply add the tickets to your basket and we’ll do the rest.
Presented by Uncanny Theatre
Is there really no such thing as bad publicity? Let’s find out…
It feels like the people who irritate us the most are the ones we all talk about, no matter how shocking they get.
So Uncanny Theatre have decided to beat them at their own game and have a go at being famous for a change. With your help we can stir up enough mayhem on Twitter during the show to finally be a big deal, then maybe we can make things a bit better.
What goes into the most controversial show of all time is decided by you in this audacious game of attention seeking. It’s silly, topical and playful…
…until suddenly it isn’t.
Devised and performed by Matt Rogers and Nat Bellingham
Designer – Hannah Sibai
Lighting – Matt Sykes-Hooban
Producer – Sarah-Jane Watkinson
About the company
Uncanny Theatre is a Leeds-based company and the creative partnership of Total Theatre Award-winner Matt Rogers and comedy practitioner Natalie Bellingham. They make comedy theatre that is playfully absurd, visually arresting and gloriously low-tech. They’re interested in the anomalies of everyday life and pushing literal logic to its limit. Their work always acknowledges its audience, creating a safe, conversational style where the audience often becomes a vital part of the show.
An Associate Company of Live Art Bistro Leeds, Uncanny was founded in 2010 and have completed several national tours of our three full-length productions Optimism, Instructions for a Better Life, and You Had To Be There and a regional tour of our latest work Something Terrible Might Happen. They’ve also created several bespoke, commissioned works for The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, CAST, West Yorkshire Playhouse and Light Night in Leeds.
Image credit (c) Matthew Kitchen