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Friday 27th March 2020

YardArts presents: Stuff & Nonsense

— PRSC
Expect the unexpected, at this consortium of performance!
time:19:30
price: Headfirst Tickets

Information:

IN LIGHT OF RECENT EVENTS WE ARE RECORDING THE SHOW AND SHARING THE LINK TO THOSE THAT HAVE BROUGHT TICKETS. You can buy the discounted link price of £3 or the full value to help the artists!


This is a cabaret of Stuff & Nonsense, anything goes! From music to circus, spoken word to traditional Chinese jar throwing.

Expect the unexpected, at this consortium of performance!

With a raffle and fully stocked bar, you have everything you need for an evening of entertainment!

Age 12+ adult language.

Tickets:
£10 adv
£12 on the door

Doors open at 19:30
Show starts at 20:00

The venue is wheelchair accessible however, there isn't an accessible toilet in the venue.

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