Date: Saturday 17th August 2019
Kneehigh's : 'UBU'
That deranged dictator we all love to hate.
Impossibly greedy, unstoppably crude, inexorably daft and hell-bent on making the country great again!
Based by Alfred Jarry’s riot-inducing masterpiece, Kneehigh will let rip with their own version of theatre’s most anarchic creations – KING UBU.
Expect world-class buffoonery in this deliriously unhinged, improvised promenade musical (surely the first of its kind!).
Featuring some of the most iconic anthems of our times, given a fresh rub for their money by a belting Kneehigh band, plus an extraordinary choir of extras – you! – we guarantee this will be a rocking, rollicking riot of ridiculousness that you won’t forget.
Only together will we make Ubu fall!
“A perfect blend of slapstick, pertinent politics and fist-in-the-air singalong. Rousing, riotous stuff!”; Mark Kermode.
“ The show simmers delicately on the edge of chaos. This is Kneehigh going back to their roots as exuberant physical performers and it is both joyous and immensely skilful. ”; The Financial Times.
Please note: During this performance you will be up on your feet and free to wander, leave your phones on, go to the bar and sing as loud as you can with the rest of the audience.
Running Times: 120 Minutes.
Tickets in advance :
Adult : £21.00
Under 26's : £15.00
Concession : £18.00
Family (2+2) : £60.00
Access Companion (for disabled person) : Free
Adult Wheelchair User : £18.00
Child Wheelchair User : £15.00
Tickets are non-refundable.
Phone 01726 879500
Buy at Tourist Offices in
St Ives, Penzance, Falmouth, Truro, St Mawes, St Austell, Bodmin, Liskeard , Launceston
Heartlands, Pool, Redruth
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This year, more than ever, we wanted the shows to celebrate togetherness, inclusivity and strength in numbers – and we’re proud to say that every show on offer stands in defiance to these mad, mixed-up times we’re currently living in.