World Premiere

Thank You Very Much

Claire Cunningham

When


Wed 17 July -
Sat 20 July

Starting time


7:30pm

Running time


90 minutes no interval

Venue


Ukrainian Cultural Centre webBreak 31 Smedley Lane, M8 8XB

Unreserved Seating

Price range


£10 Greater Manchester residents on lower wage Register here

£20 webBreak £15 Concessions webBreak £2 transaction fee per order (no per ticket fee) webBreak webBreak 4 tickets per person webBreak

Access


Access information

Click below to register for £10 Greater Manchester resident lower wage tickets. More info

‘It might just be, you know, a certain move of the neck or a facial expression. You don’t have to give any more information. They know who it is.’
Janny James, tribute artist

Choreographer Claire Cunningham and her ensemble of leading disabled performers invite you to join them for a drink at a Cheetham Hill social club as they pull back the curtain on the glittering and mysterious world of the professional tribute artist.

Fresh from intimate conversations and crash courses with a range of tribute artists, Thank You Very Much takes to the floor in witty and revealing fashion. The company pull on their sparkling costumes to ask: Who have we been trying to be all our lives? Has it ever been our choice? And is anyone ever truly incomparable?


Claire Cunningham – Concept & Choreography
Dan Watson – Associate Director
Bethany Wells – Designer
Christopher Copland – Lighting Designer
Matthias Herrmann – Sound Designer & Composer
Shanti Freed – Costume Designer
Luke Pell – Dramaturg

Performers
Claire Cunningham
Daniel Daw
Tanja Erhart
Vicky Malin

Commissioned by Manchester International Festival, National Theatre of Scotland and Perth Festival in association with tanzhaus nrw and Dance Umbrella. Produced by Manchester International Festival and National Theatre of Scotland.

Photo: Anna Cervinkova

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£10 Greater Manchester resident lower wage tickets are available.

More info

Date:

Starting time:

Booking:

Fri 19 July 2019
19.30
Sat 20 July 2019
19.30

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