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Repetitive Beats

BY Kathryn Gardner

Theatre. 1st – 5th Mar, 21:00, £15.
(Fri & Sat eve, £20 inc. late night rave*)
Matinees 4th & 5th Mar, 16:15

Acid House, the second summer of love, weekend after weekend of ecstasy.

But what if the rave becomes better that the real world?
And what happens when the law says there can be no more?

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Thatcher’s Britain. A disillusioned generation.

Acid House, the second summer of love, and weekend after weekend of pure ecstasy.

But what happens when the rave is better that the real world?

And what do you do when the law tells you there can be no more?

And what’s the alternative? A lager fuelled fight on the high street? or a brawl in the terraces? Tiny skirts and free shots?

It may be legal but it’s far from better.

Repetitive Beats is a multi -media play set between 1989 – The second summer of love, and 1994 – The year of the Criminal Justice & Public Order Act and is a high octane look at one of the most influential and hedonistic movements in modern music.

With a live DJ, original music, real footage and plenty of classics from the day.

* Friday & Saturday Night: Ticket includes REPETITIVE BEATS: STAY & RAVE
An on-set after party with DJs spinning 80’s & 90’s Techno, Drum & Bass, Acid House, & Breakbeat.
PLUS Gives You Access To The Other VAULT LATES Parties On That Night.
Glow sticks optional. Shelf stacking skills essential.

“The characters are fleshed out so realistically that it never drops your attention” – Reviews Gate

“A funny, wise and well-observed slice of working men’s lives…The show was punctuated with such moments of physical comedy and, combined with the tip-top script, It was a thoroughly entertaining production” – Oxford Times

“a wonderful play that is both funny and sensitive” – Herts Gazette

“This play is one that is rare to find today, a play that is both funny and sensitive without being confused as to what it is. Gardner has an ear for comic dialogue and a wonderful understanding of pathos” – Daily Info

“a well crafted piece for the modern day woman” – The Tricycle
“A spirited and heartfelt examination of female friendships” – The Royal Court

Produced by Subtle Paws & The Cockpit
Written by Kathryn Gardner
Original Music by James Bell & Alex Scott
Archive Photography by Paul Massey
Musical Curation / Musical Direction by Paul Hanford


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