A deeply personal and skilfully physical show about love, liberation, Missy Elliott and what happens when you accidentally make your mum famous.
UK tour support for Simon Amstell, over 18 million views on YouTube, as seen on BBC’s Carnage & How Gay is Pakistan?
Directed by Dec Munro.
This performance is presented in partnership with SHOUT Festival of Queer Arts and Culture. Join us before the performance for a special event to launch the 2019 SHOUT Festival programme.
We offer a range of discounts and concessions to enable everyone to enjoy an affordable visit to Birmingham Hippodrome. For further queries on the information below please contact Ticket Sales on 0844 338 5000.
STUDENT, PASSPORT TO LEISURE AND POSTCODE STANDBY
24 hours prior to a performance, best available seats for £10, maximum 2 per booker, subject to availability
CLICK HERE for further information on our Standby Rate and our On the Day Postcode Scheme for Birmingham residents living in B6, B9, B10, B11 and B21
CONCESSIONS FOR PATRONS WITH DISABILITIES
£5 off, price bands A-B
2 for 1 for disabled patrons who require the service/support of a companion, price bands A-B
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Discounts and Concessions are offered subject to availability at the discretion of the Information and Sales Manager. Top three price bands only, unless otherwise stated. Restrictions may apply. Only one discount per ticket may apply, unless otherwise stated. Offers are non retrospective and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Valid ID must be presented where applicable. Additional discounts may be offered from time to time.
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