12Sep
rlevitow September 12, 2014 No Comments

Belarus Free Theatre Present Price of Money

Belarus Free Theatre Present Price of Money

Don't miss Price of Money and our Solidarity Party!

BFT have just got back from Edinburgh where they performed merry christmas, Ms Meadows for the first time in the UK. merry christmas, Ms Meadowsreceived a tremendous response from audiences and critics,  with ***** from Fringe Guru who described it as "simply, one of the most jaw-dropping and admirable pieces of theatre that I have ever seen." 

Price of Money

The Albany: 16th – 20th September
The Performance Centre, Falmouth: 23rd September

Belarus Free Theatre present Price of Money 

 In this brand new production Belarus Free Theatre explore the role of money in our lives. From ancient Greece, through to today’s fractured economy; from the stock market to trading human organs on the black market, BFT show the true value of money. 

The Albany Book now        

The Performance Centre Book now

Solidarity Party

After the final performance of Price of Money at the Albany, on the 20th of September, Belarus Free Theatre will be hosting one of their unmissable solidarity parties.

DJ Laurel, initiator of the World Musicians for Solidarity with Belarus project, will be on the decks. Show your support by joining them for a FREE night of music and solidarity.

Please note:
Age 18+
No re-entry
Last entry 1:30am

House an  Actor
We've had an amazing response so far, thank you for all your offers of accommodation. However we still need accommodation for our actors during Price of Money (13th – 21st Sept)

Giving one actor from our company accommodation for a week is the equivalent to a £500 donation and costs you absolutely nothing! In return we'll give you 2x free tickets to the show and  thanks in our programme.

If you would like to take part in our accommodation appeal please contact: 
Fenella Dawnay fenella@belarusfreetheatre.com


Thank you so much for your support!

Red Forest Campaign

On Friday 22nd August, with help from the public we created a 300-metre red line across the Edinburgh Meadows. Our actors were joined by festival goers to draw a ‘red line’ against fracking in the UK and the construction of a nuclear plant in Belarus. Both projects risk contamination of our clean air and water. The stunt followed the occupation of a planned fracking site in Blackpool. Find out more

 

 

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