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A Double Feature: ReBels Who Changed The World + Stranger Things Have Happened

Saturday, July 16


All tickets: Pay What You Decide (including £0)
Book: https://barbicantheatre.co.uk/whats-on/rebels-summer-double-feature/

ReBels Who Changed The World
Ultra cool in a crazy way, this show is made up of acts inspired by rebels in all walks of life. Each person is selected by the ReBels: from David Bowie to Alan Turing, Rosa Parks to Adel, Marcus Rashford to Freddie Mercury, Malala Yousafza to Volodymyr Zelenskyy this show is co-created by our amazing ReBels featuring dance, physical theatre, spoken word, music and film.

Written & Directed by the ReBels, Shaday Barrowes & Leah Ingall.
Choreographed & Devised by Charlotte Eaton, Chloe Fear, Lizzie Moulds & Charlie Ranken.
Artistic Director: Suzie West

Stranger Things Have Happened
An original performance inspired by sci-fi, crime and thrillers. A show with quirky, genre bending twists mixed with a bit of time travel for added weirdness!
Written & Directed by Neil Bebber
Co-created by the ReBels and Sally Burne.
Artistic Director: Dulcima Fenton
Musical Director: Caitlin Brawn
Choreographer: Laura Cantliffe
Assistant Director & Costume Designer: Michaelangelo Langley Briggs

All tickets Pay What You Decide which means you choose what the show is worth to you! You can decide what you would like to pay now by adding a ticket with a value to your cart, or you can pay after you have seen the show at Barbican Theatre (cash or card).
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