BADco and Northern Broadsides at LPAC this month
A pioneering Croatian theatre collective will present two shows in Lincoln as part of its first ever UK tour.
BADco will perform Memories are Made of This… Performance Notes and Deleted Messages in collaboration with the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre and the
pan-European Black / North SEAS - an arts project that reveals in story, song and image a vision of Europe drawn from the experiences of the communities that live on its shoreline.
Memories are Made of This… Performance Notes will be performed at LPAC on Thursday 13 November while Deleted Messages can be seen on Friday 14 November.
BADco is regarded as one of Europe’s pioneering theatre collectives, combining digital art, live art and performance in a unique, gently humorous, fluid style.
Both performances begin at 8pm and tickets costing £12 (£10 concessions, £5 students) are available by calling the LPAC box office on 0844 8884414 or by visiting http://lpac.ticketline.co.uk/
Later in the month comes Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Dario Fo's riotous political farce, which has been brought bang up to date by the celebrated Yorkshire-based regional touring company Northern Broadsides.
Their touring production can be seen at the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre on Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 November.
Performances begin at 7.30pm and tickets costing £12 (£10 concessions, £5 students) are available by calling the LPAC box office on 0844 8884414 or by visiting http://lpac.ticketline.co.uk/
Tickets are also available at the Engine Shed Box Office (walk-up daily 10-4pm), at The Drill Hall Box Office (01522 873894) and on the door at LPAC before the show.
Below: Accidental Death of an Anarchist