Trash City

7 APRIL 2010 - 10 APRIL 2010

Since debuting at the Glastonbury Festival in 2007, Trash City has become a critically acclaimed cult sensation, hailed as one of the most exciting and innovative events to hit the UK festival scene in recent years.
Created as a vision of an apocalyptic red-light district, straight from the pages of a 2000AD comic, Trash City is an interactive theatrical experience on a grand scale. It features a film-set cityscape of mind-boggling venues, including the world’s first ever travelling gay disco, a replica of the Titty-Twister vampire bar from Dusk ‘Till Dawn, a giant human pinball table, fire-breathing animatronic robots, mutant vehicle Wacky Races-style parades and the hottest names in cutting-edge music and performance.
Trash City is a genre-bending, definition-defying result of a collaboration between the very best of the UK creative underground, including original artwork by the legendary scrap-pile art collective Mutoid Waste Co., set design from the team behind the acclaimed NYC Downlow traveling Gay disco and an all-new show spectacular directed by Ruby Blues featuring some of the leading lights of the UK cabaret scene; including Jonny Woo, La Gateaux Chocolat, Empress Stah, Ryan Styles and many more. PLUS white hot live music from Trash City's most outrageous bands and late-night afterparty featuring DJ's from Horse Meat Disco.
‘Just when you thought Glastonbury couldn’t get any stranger, wilder, or mind-bendingly entertaining, they go and turn it up to 11. This is Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome-type entertainment, interspersed with the kind of visual, aural and interactive enjoyment that busy little minds looking for kicks and thrills can only dream of’ Clash Magazine
The show is for strictly over 18s only
Tickets £20
Concessions and preview (7 April) £17.50
Groups 8+ (by phone/in person only) £17.50

Free tickets for Under 26s

Free theatre tickets for under 26s are available through Arts Council England's A Night Less Ordinary ticket scheme.
Image: Angell

by 짱가 updownme 2010.03.18 06:04