?IT HAPPENED ON A TUESDAY. WHICH IS WEIRD, COS NOTHING INTERESTING EVER HAPPENS ON A TUESDAY. EVERYONE KNOWS THAT.?
The play centres on an ordinary Tuesday that suddenly turns very weird indeed when a tear rips across the sky over the school yard. Not only that, but it starts sucking up pupils and staff while at the same time raining down a whole new set of people.? But then, that?s what happens when parallel worlds collide! Confusion reigns as the ?Us? and ?Them? try to work out what is going on. How are Ash and Magpie identical? Can Billy cope with having his sister back? Who is Franky? Eventually, though, cracks appear between the two groups. As the air here starts to disagree with the ?Them?, the race is on to try to get things back to how they were and safely return everyone to the Universe they came from.
The play explores friendship, sibling love, family, identity, grief, bullying, loneliness and responsibility. And in the process we might just learn something about ourselves as well as some astronomical theories of the multiverse!
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Most frequent questions and answers
At PACE our aim is to offer a unique and varied artistic programme, which offers young people of all ages the chance to participate, learn and perform or in a whole variety of bespoke performing arts experiences during the school holidays. Whatever you are interested in we have something for you – from classic to contemporary texts, devising, physical theatre, comedy, musical theatre and site-specific performances.
All our events promote confidence, self-esteem and self-expression as well as teamwork and collaboration skills. On top of this each individual event focuses on developing different creative skills and you can see some of the varied range of skills that will be covered listed under each event description. The very core of our ethos is about developing each young person and giving them the chance to be part of a fun and creative environment in which they can express themselves and be who they want to be.
So, what are you waiting for? Do something different this year, something you’ve never done before, and be part of Fest!; make new friends, take risks, create incredible performances, learn new skills and make memories to last a lifetime.
We cannot wait for you to join us!
In certain venues tickets may be limited to 2 or 3 per participant. We will let you know when show tickets are available and how to book.
For those not taking part or who know people taking part in Fest! why not come along and see some of the performances. Tickets for shows are not included in the price of the events. Ticket prices vary and are detailed on each event description. Concessionary tickets are available up to all PACE members, age 21 or under, as well as over 65’s, students, registered disabled, and those receiving means tested benefits.You can book tickets for all performances at any time during the summer. Shows normally last 30-60 mins. Get yours early to avoid disappointment.
To book tickets call 0345 130 5218 or click www.pacetheatre.com/boxoffice
* booking fees apply to online purchases
If you need to cancel a place on one of our events we will offer a full refund until 48 hours before the event. We cannot guarantee a full refund if you cancel after this time, but if there are extenuating circumstances please contact us to discuss.
Events have strictly limited capacity so we ask you to let us know as soon as possible if you need to cancel, so we can make the place available to someone else.
PACE is a registered charity.
PACE is a self-sufficient, non-profit making company and registered charity so all of our membership charges go towards improving the quality of service we provide to young people.
Current PACE members with an active subscription can get a 15% discount. Please make sure you are signed into your account before booking and the discount will be automatically applied.
We have a limited number of concessionary places for families receiving certain means-tested benefits, at 50% discount on normal fees. These will be allocated on a first-come first served basis, and each participant is entitled to the following:
Summer events – up to 2 weeksOct/Feb/Easter/May events – up to 1 week
Please call us on 0345 130 5218 before booking.
Please wear casual, comfortable clothes and appropriate footwear to workshops. Please do not wear non-essential jewellery. Mobiles phones are not permitted to be used during workshops or rehearsals. Please bring water and a packed lunch for all day events.
Please do not bring expensive clothing or other items to PACE. We cannot accept responsibility for any items lost, stolen or damaged.
Please inform us of any medical condition or special needs when booking. All information will be treated in confidence.
PACE aims to make our workshops as inclusive as possible and will try and make appropriate adjustments for young people with additional needs, within the confines of our resources. If your child has any additional support needs please talk to us about it in advance.