Punk Alley

Punk Alley is loud and wild unapologetic joyride of live, original punk music and high energy dance. But don’t leave your adults at home – this is a punk show for everyone. Punk Alley is about saying to kids that no matter how loud or soft their voice is – what you have to say is important. The show has BSL interpretation embedded into the performance.

2023/24 Tour Dates:

26 Aug: Appetite’s Big Feast*, Stoke On Trent | Tickets.
23 Sep: Half Moon Theatre, London (concert version) | Tickets
7 Oct: Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford | Tickets
10 Oct: Lime Tree Theatre*, Limerick | Tickets
13 Oct: Town Hall Theatre, Galway |Tickets
5 Nov: Dance City, Newcastle | Tickets
11 Nov: Pegasus*, Oxford | Tickets
14 Feb: The Place*, London |
17 Feb: Déda, Derby | Tickets

Past performances-

2022: Cambridge Junction, New Wolsey Theatre, Southbank Centre, Onefest. Part of Caravan 2022
2021: Squire Performing Arts Centre, Drunken Chorus’ A Bit Of A Do.

Concept, Artistic Director & Performer: Sarah Blanc
Composer & Musical Director: Quiet Boy
Lyrics, story & punk music contributions: Brigitte Aphrodite

Performers: Amarnah Ufuoma Cleopatra, Kitty Fedorec, Laura Jones, Maria Rodriguez

BSL Interpreter: Emilie Sands (UK venues only)
ISL Interpreter: Shelley Gibson (Ireland venues only)
Producer: Michael Kitchin
Production Manager: Froud
Designer: Kat Heath
Co-Director: Anwar Russell
Rehearsal Director: Chris Owen
Sound Designer: Lewis Gibson
Tour Relighter: James Smellie
Additional Lighting: Emily Winsor
Magic Barometer Lighting: Froud
Sound Engineer & Touring Technician: Aidan Good
BSL Creative Mentor: Jacob Casselden
Access Support Worker: Neelam Saredia-Brayley
Access Assistant: Lottie Vallis
Design Manager: Lauren Bridle
Photography & Film: Rosie Powell
Poster Design: Samuel Morrison

Past Performers: Laura Dajao, Annie Edwards, Lula Mebrahtu, Quiet Boy



Commissioned by Cambridge Junction, 2Faced Dance and Oxford Playhouse. Supported by Southbank Centre, Artsdepot, Squire Performing Arts Centre, Pavilion Dance South West and Tom Thumb Theatre. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

Special thanks to Professor Matthew Worley from the University of Reading and Subcultures Network and the staff and students from Hexham Priory School in Northumberland. Special thank you to past performers from 2020 -2022: Kirsty Green, Tanja Erhart, Laura Dajao,  Gareth Tomlinson, Lula Mebrahtu and Annie Edwards



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