Producer: Potboiler Theatre
Writer: Kat Boon
Director: Kat Hughes
Musical Direction and Composition: Dave Culling
Designer: Cory Shipp
Lighting Designer: John Slevin
The venue is accessible to wheelchair users via a second entrance - just let staff know on arrival and we can direct you.
A hearing loop will be available.
If you have any access requirements or need additional support please contact [email protected] and we will do our best to assist you.
Is this show suitable for children?
This show is aimed at adults and young people aged 12+. However audiences are more than welcome to use their discretion and bring younger children.
Are there concessionary tickets available?
Concessionary tickets are available for: under 18s; students; over 65s; people in receipt of unemployment or disability benefits. Box Office may ask for proof of eligibilty on arrival.
What is the running time?
We anticipate a running time of 2 hrs including interval but this will not be confirmed until the week before the show opens.
Will there be an interval?
Yes there will be a 15 minute interval.
Will there be a bar?
There will be hot drinks and refreshments available but as the show takes pace in a Methodist Chapel alcohol will not be available and cannot be brought into the venue. Longton has lots of places for pre-show drinks and we will be sharing special offers closer to the time.
Are there toilets?
Toilets and accessible toilets are available in the venue.
Is there parking?
Parking is available at Longton Exchange (ST3 2JA) approx 4 minutes (£1 after 3pm).
Will tickets be available on the door?
Tickets may be available on the door but this is subject to availability. The venue has very limited capacity so we strongly encourage you to book in advance.
Potboiler is a new-writing theatre company based in Stoke-on-Trent which creates exuberant and compelling character-driven productions and theatrical experiences in the city and beyond it. We are both champions of the city that has made us and intrigued by how the city meets the rest of the world. Beginning as a pub-theatre project in 2014, we have created work in pubs, beer gardens, town halls, empty shops and clubs, presenting: Stories from Pub Corners (2014), The Rhapsodies & The Inn (2015), Devotion (2016) and GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS (2017).. We are passionate about audacious stories and big ideas, beautiful drama and immersive experiences, heartfelt and sincere but always with a good dose of irreverence, and bringing these to brand new spaces and brand new audiences.