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Alphabetti Theatre, Newcastle upon Tyne

Tuesday, 16 Apr - Friday, 19 Apr

Pay what you feel

Forget About The Dog Theatre Company present 100 Ways To Tie A Shoelace

When: Tuesday 16th - Friday 19th April 2019
Time: 7.30pm
Tickets:  Pay What You Feel
Age Recommendation: 10+
Running Time: 1 hour

Since the accident, Kat’s having trouble with her memory. Her only escape from her muddled mind is a hospital ward TV.

A bombastic, witty and comedic insight into one person’s mind. This heart-warming story explores Kat’s recovery as she fights her anxieties and faces her fears. Mix-ups, mayhem and muscle memory.

★★★★★'I can't fault this show. It’s a brilliantly crafted piece which gets all the important parts right and then some – there’s meaning and importance to the story and there’s a pleasing amount of finely tuned comedy too ,there is quite literally never a dull moment, and that’s really quite rare.' Always Time For Theatre

★★★★ Broadway Baby

★★★★ 'A very enjoyable and funny show. I would definitely recommend this one if you’re looking for a laugh.' Voice Mag

★★★★ 'Delivers laughs while making you think.' Fringe Guru

'Making the everyday heart-breaking, funny, and kind of beautiful.' edfringe review

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Alphabetti Theatre

Saint James' Boulevard

Newcastle upon Tyne


The Alphabetti Theatre bar and theatre are wheelchair accessible. We have space for two wheelchair users per performance. 

Ticket Collection Policy: for all shows which are Pay What You Feel all tickets must be collected by 7.15pm. Tickets uncollected by 7.15pm will be made available to those on the waiting list for shows which sell out.

Age Recommendation: 14+ 

Running Time: approx. 1 hour 



Alphabetti Theatre

Alphabetti Theatre is based in Newcastle Upon Tyne and was created by Ali Pritchard in 2012. We create, produce, and programme new, original work from emerging artists across the performing arts, championing work in Music, Theatre, Comedy and Poetry. We strive to make theatre that is relatable and accessible to all, and are constantly looking for new ways to challenge ourselves, physically, mentally and conceptually – we believe that by challenging ourselves we inevitably challenge the audience, creating engaging and original experiences.