Monday, September 10, 2007

Malika Booker's UNPLANNED

New tour dates for Malika Booker's "UNPLANNED" (in assoc. with Apples & Snakes)

Spellbinding, intimate and wickedly funny, Unplanned is the new show from mesmeric performer and writer Malika Booker. A Pandora’s box of stories, spells and secrets, this theatrical treat delves into the myths and taboos of getting a bun in the oven (and getting it out again).

Malika is a seductive magician who draws on life and its passions to take you to new worlds. Come and join her. She will make your heart skip a beat.

Birmingham Rep – September 20,21,22
Kuumba Theatre, Bristol – September 28
Nuffield Theatre, Southampton – October 16
Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster University – October 25
Croydon Clocktower – November 14
Contact Theatre, Manchester – November 28,29

Birmingham Rep
When: 20,21,22 September @ 7.45pm
Where: The Door, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Centenary Square, B1 2EP
Tickets: £4-£10 (concessions available, ask for details)
Box Office: 0121 236 4455

Kuumba Theatre
When: Friday 28 September @7pm
Where: Kuumba 20-23 Hepburn Road, St. Paul's, Bristol, BS2 8UD
Tickets: £7 / £5 concession
Box Office: 0117 942 1870
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Nuffield Theatre Southampton
When: Tuesday16 October @ 7.30pm
Where: Nuffield theatre, University Road, Southampton, SO17 1TR
Tickets: £10 / £8 concs
Box Office: 023 8067 1771
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Nuffield Theatre Lancaster
When: Thursday 25 October @ 8pm
Where: Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster University, LA1 4YW
Tickets: £8 / £6 concs.
Box Office: 01524 594151
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Croydon Clocktower
When: Wednesday 14 November @ 7.30pm
Where: Croydon Clocktower, Katherine Street, Croydon, London, CR9 1ET
Tickets: £10 / £7.50 concs
Box Office: 020 8253 1030
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Contact Theatre Manchester
When: 28, 29 November @ 8pm
Where: Contact, Oxford Road, Manchester, M15 6JA
Tickets: £10 / £6 concs
Box Office: 0161 274 0600
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Charming and well judged... lingers like a reproachful ghost in our minds
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

Remarkable... intriguingly unclear where reminiscence ends and magic realism begins
The Times

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