Alphabetti Theatre and SoreSlap Theatre present the World Premiere of
More Blacks, More Dogs, More Irish
TUES 15TH NOV - SAT 3RD DEC 2022
Performance Time: 7:30pm plus 1:00pm Saturday matinees
We are no longer operating social distancing, and face coverings are encouraged but not mandatory.
Tickets: 15th - 20th Nov Pay What You Feel (booking essential)
22nd Nov - 3rd Dec £15-£3
Running Time: Approx. 75 mins
Age Rec: 16+
Access: Captioned performance Wednesday 23rd November, Audio Described performance Wednesday 30th November, Relaxed performances each Saturday matinee.
Content Warnings: This performance may contain themes and language that some audiences may find upsetting and distressing for more information please contact the theatre.
They can hear you, but they're not listening...
In the not-too-distant future, in an unknown land, worlds collide when two people are forced to share a space. Losing their freedom, hope, and dog, they must find a way to be civil or lose all sanity. Only when they are given no other option but to be in each other’s presence, do they find that their lives are more similar than they could have ever imagined. Though they are trapped, they’re finally free.
SoreSlap Theatre is led by creatives Papi Jeovani and Rhian Jade. Working together in Newcastle since 2019, they are creators, producers and performers who use drama, poetry and physical theatre to explore topics of identity and personal politics. SoreSlap aims to empower its audience and create a safe space where they can enjoy theatre that makes them stop, laugh, and think.