We have a limited number of £5* tickets for two performances of 35mm on Thursday 28th September at 8:00pm, and Friday 29th September at 8:00pm at The Other Palace.


Tickets MUST be collected from The Other Palace Box Office under the name you book with half an hour before the performance starts. Any latecomers will not be admitted to the performance.

Please be aware the eventbrite ticket is not your theatre ticket - it is your booking confirmation only.

PLEASE NOTE:
You MUST show your Eventbrite booking confirmation on arrival at the Theatre. This can either be printed or displayed on your electronic devices.  
Any latecomers may not be admitted to the performance.

IMPORTANT:
Masterclass ticket offers are only available to those 30 years of age & under and to current members of the Masterclass Friends Scheme. Identification may be required upon arrival. Masterclass reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone who cannot provide proof regarding their eligibility in relation to the criteria outlined above. Further details on how to sign up to the Friends Scheme can be found by clicking here.

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

A picture is worth 1,000 words — what about a song?
In 35mm, each photo creates a unique song from a moment frozen in time.

Award-winning composer Ryan Scott Oliver’s music is inspired by Broadway photographer Matthew Murphy’s images in this thrilling new alternative-rock musical. Together, they weave a collection of remarkable stories told through song.

Featuring hit-songs such as The Ballad of Sara Berry and Leave Luanne, director Adam Lenson (Whisper House, Songs for a New World) reimagines this piece in a stunning new production this September.

"When theatre pundits talk about the future of Broadway and the new generation of composers, they're talking about artists like Ryan Scott Oliver...a major new voice in musical theatre" Entertainment Weekly

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BOOKING

* Please note the £5 fee is an admin charge. Tickets are strictly limited and non refundable.

Thursday 28th September, 8pm
Friday 29th September, 8pm