Event Category: Festival

#YesAStripper

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International showgirl Arabella Allure tells the riveting story of her journey from power suits to platform heels. Australian mining towns, Albertan dive bars, and renowned New Orleans stages – delve into the contentious professional of stripping.

Duration: 60 minutes.

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The Magician’s Nephew

An illustration of two children in black and white facing a scene of green foliage and blue sky, with a lion and a winged horse among the leaves

Relaxed performance.

This enchanting trip to Narnia is the must-see family show of the year! In Victorian London, young Digory and his new friend Polly stumble onto a magical portal into another world — but accidentally unleash a dark force that could destroy them all. Packed with stellar performances and spine-tingling music, The Magician’s Nephew is bringing audiences to their feet. Perfect for both Narnia lovers and first-time discoverers of this treasured literary series.

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Optional workshop before the show
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The Negroes Are Congregating

A person standing against a blank wall, looking directly at the camera and extending a middle finger covered in dripping white paint

Relaxed performance.

The Negroes Are Congregating is a personal and contemporary piece delving into the psyche of generational internalized racism. Delivered through a fusion of spoken word, satire, and soulful dialect, audiences will enter a realm of private truths and leave with an understanding of what it means to be Black, proud, and ready.

Includes a 30 minute long table discussion that will take place after the performance.

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…And You’ll Never Believe What Happens Next

A person wearing a white shirt buttoned to the collar and sunglasses with one lens missing standing in front of a spray painted brown fence

Relaxed performance.

After being rejected for a job at Buzzfeed an editor teaches Graham Isador how to tell an effective story. In …And You’ll Never Believe What Happens Next, Isador uses personal anecdotes to question the way media shapes our point of view and why we like the things we like.

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