Hello Nocta-nauts, it’s been a very busy few months for us and there are lots of exciting things on the horizon!
First off, it is with great sadness that we will be saying goodbye to our very first show ‘The Country Doctor’ next month. After 5 years the Doctor will be closing his surgery filled with grotesque operations and peculiar patients. You can catch the Doctor’s antics, and see the rest of the gang, one final time at The Place Theatre (Bedford) and Cornerstone (Didcot). Links to both shows can be found below, so grab yourself a ticket and please wait patiently, the Doctor will see you shortly…
And as one door closes, another one opens, or something like that, and we say hello to our Summer performances of ‘Hymns for Robots.’ We will be performing at the Brighton Fringe Festival on the 7th, 16th, 17th and 18th of May at the Rialto theatre. We are very much looking forward to being a part of this festival and we can’t wait to perform to the lovely people of Brighton. You can grab your tickets here!
After Brighton we will be shooting back up to Coventry to perform as part of the Encore Festival as the final year Theatre and Professional Practice students showcase their creative talents.
We will then be gearing up for our biggest performative challenge yet, as we head on up to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August, and show Scotland, nay the world, what we are capable of.
AND in even greater news…we all got macthing mugs…always save the best ’til last.
So keep your eyes peeled as we keep you up to date with all things Noctium.