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SUMMER EVENTS: Outdoor Theatre comes to Wolverhampton this Summer

SUMMER EVENTS: Outdoor Theatre comes to Wolverhampton this Summer

Desert Island Flicks

Newhampton Arts Centre have released details of a new theatre season to be staged in their outdoor and undercover New Horizons performance area throughout the summer.

The New Horizons stage is the arts centre’s creative and reasonable response to COVID, allowing audiences to enjoy live performance once again in a safe and ventilated environment.

Kicking off NAC’s summer of theatre is the return of Katie Arnstein with her award winning Sexy Lamp. This is Katie’s “supremely assured’ (The Guardian) solo show that brilliantly combines comedy, original songs and storytelling to shed a bright light on how ridiculous the entertainment industry can be and why Katie is refusing to stay in the dark.

Sexy Lamp is showing at New Horizons Stage on Thursday 22nd of July at 7.30pm.

Spiltmilk Dance are also bringing their Desert Island Flicks to the stage, you don’t want to miss this blockbuster, adventure and rom com rolled into one, this show sees two leading ladies reimagine, remake and spoof 90 of the most memorable movie moments of all time in just 90 minutes, taking on all the lead roles, stunts, and special effects!

Desert Island Flicks is Showing at New Horizons Stage on Thursday 19th  of August at 7.30pm.

If comedy is your thing, fresh from a sell-out world tour is Seven Ages, a hilarious comedy theatre show created and starring comedian Kevin Tomlinson which explores the idea that we go through seven stages in life. Already been praised for its  wonderful combination of comedy, drama and pathos, this show aims to explore two of the most important questions one can ever ask oneself: Why am I here? and What's important in my life?

Showing at New Horizons Stage on Thursday 2nd of September at 7.30pm.

All tickets are prices at £8 (£7 cons) and can be easily obtained through the Newhampton Arts Centre website: Here!


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