Here’s the story of a modern day, post-punk feminist art collective and Nadya Tolokonnikova’s tribulations as the founder of Pussy Riot, who stuck two fingers up at the Russian system and suffered the consequences.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, audiences are encouraged to pull on the balaclava and stand up for what they believe in. Stand in the dock as Pussy Riot and live the realities of imprisonment through this exhilarating theatre experience. Would you sacrifice everything for the sake of a punk prayer for a liberal world?
From Les Enfants Terribles, the creators of Olivier nominated immersive smash hit Alice’s Adventures Underground to coincide with the Saatchi Gallery’s Art Riot exhibition, Inside Pussy Riot tells a story that needs to be experienced to be understood.
Join the revolution.
We are all Pussy Riot.
Dates: 14 November – 24 December 2017
Performances: Monday- Sunday
Times: From 11.15am, check website for full schedule
Late nights Thursday, Friday and Saturday until 8.30pm
Running Time: Approximately 1 hour
Tickets: Priced from £21.50 and available here.
Disclaimer: Not for the faint hearted, come prepared to demonstrate and stand up for what you believe in!
Age: 14+ at parental discretion (contains nudity and themes relating to imprisonment and human rights abuse)
Website: insidepussyriot.com 
#InsidePussyRiot
Presented by Les Enfants Terribles, Bird & Carrot and Nadya Tolokonnikova, in association with Tsukanov Family Foundation

 
 

 

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