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The Monocle, Rendez-Vouz Dance

Wednesday, February 14

Welcome to The Monocle, where nothing is impossible! This highly virtuosic contemporary dance performance featuring the voluptuous jazz chanteuse Imogen Banks presents the untold story of Le Monocle, a secretly notorious lesbian cabaret in 1930s Paris. Inside The Monocle the air is thick, warm and wavy with secrets and sensuality. Women laugh loudly, drink the night away and abandon themselves into smooth and passionate dances. Just for one night, be our guest at The Monocle and experience the joy of what it feels like to be in a truly safe space.

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-monocle-tickets-773801881257

Ticket information: £12, £10 concessions, FREE to all students and under 18s.
‘Close to the action’ seats: £13 – a very limited number (only eight available) of seats that could not be closer to the action. You won’t be expected to participate, but in these seats you will find yourself fully immersed in the experience at Le Monocle cabaret.

Age Restriction: 13 years plus, under 16 accompanied by an adult (scenes of a sensual nature, adult themes, partial nudity and reference to chest binding) Trigger warnings: the show comprises haze, flashing lights and characters smoking on stage.
Audio description available.

The Arts Institute
The House, University of Plymouth
Wednesday 14 February 2024
19:30
The Monocle, Rendez-Vouz Dance Ltd

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