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The insanity of modern Britain is laid bare in this new play that explores how easy it is for anyone of us to fall through the cracks in society, and how hard it is to get back out.

Stark, exciting, important theatre for the twenty first century; this offering from Collective Encounters is not for the faint hearted.

Visually stunning, with a unique physical language and steam punk aesthetic, Cracked wants you to sit up and take notice. Loud music, shocking stories, powerful performances. And it's harrowing. But when things are at their worst, there's only one place they can go...

Touring arts and community venues in the North this November.

Friday 24th November - EV1, Liverpool Everyman Theatre, 5-11 Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BH - 3.30pm and 7.30pm

Monday 27th November - Halton Lodge, Runcorn, WA7 5YQ- (unticketed, please contact us for more information)

Wednesday 29th November - Huyton Library, Civic Way, Knowsley, L36 9GD - 1.30 (Schools show, please contact us for more information) and 7.30pm

Thursday 30th November - Albion Electric Warehouse, South Accomodation Road, Leeds, LS10 1PR. - 7.30pm

Suggested age: 16+

Touch tours of the set for visually impaired audience members are available at every performance on request. Please contact us in advance to arrange this.
There will be copies of the script available at every performance.

There is a small charge for advance bookings. Tickets are free on the door subject to availability. Groups over 20 can have free tickets but there is a £50 deposit for groups over 20 people, which will be refunded when you arrive at the performance. If you want to book for a large group please call Harriet on 0151 345 6266.

*The Everyman Theatre 7.30pm performance will indlude a BSL interpretor.

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