A sell-out show born in the bomb-shelters of Kyiv is to be staged at our local Longfield Hall at the end of March.
Called Bunker Cabaret, the show is described as a mix of music, poetry, dance and film and is a “powerful exploration of love versus totalitarianism, and the personal conflicts of making art in time of war”.
The show is the work of a company called the Hooligan Art Community, who say it was developed partly in the bomb-shelters of Kyiv. The Longfield dates are a stop on a UK tour following a sold-out run in London last September.
Two performances will be held on Thursday 30 March and Friday 31 March, with tickets ranging from £5 – £22.
You can buy tickets here.