The insanities of modern Britain are laid bare in this new play that explores how easy it is for anyone of us to fall through the cracks in society, look and how hard it is to get back out.
Stark, exciting, important theatre for the twenty first century; the latest offering from Collective Encounters is not for the faint hearted.
Visually stunning, with a unique physical language and steam punk aesthetic, Cracked wants you to sit up and take notice. Loud music, shocking stories, powerful performances. The insanities of modern Britain laid bare, the casualties of austerity and inequality speak out. And it’s harrowing. But when things are at their worst, there’s only one place they can go…
Touring arts and community venues in the North West this December.
Friday 2nd December – 3.30pm & 7.30pm
EV1, Everyman Theatre, 13-15 Hope Street, L1 9BH
Sunday 4th December – 6pm
St Helens Central Library, Victoria Square, Saint Helens WA10 1HP
Tuesday 6th December – 7pm
Huyton Library, Civic Way, Knowsley, Liverpool L36 9GD
Wednesday 7th December – 7pm
Kirkby Library, The Centre, Norwich Way, Kirkby, Kirkby, Liverpool L32 8XY
Friday 9th December – 2.30pm & 7pm
Spider Project, 56 Hamilton St, Birkenhead CH41
Monday 12th December – 2.30pm
The Atkinson, The Atkinson, Lord Street, Southport PR8 1DB
This performance includes a post show discussion with the cast.
Suggested age: 16+
Tickets are free but there is a £50 deposit for groups over 20 people, which will be refunded when you arrive at the performance. If you want to book for a large group please call Harriet on 0151 345 6266