Boho

Boho - Hijinx & Theatr Clwyd

Galeri, Wed 28 June 2017, 20:00


A dystopian musical misadventure.

Life in the City is fast, correct and beautiful. If you keep up, that is.

David Jones is just another cog in the City’s giant wheel, until one untimely mistake forces him out...to BoHo. On this journey of self-discovery, amid an otherworldly collection of misfits and freethinkers, rules are challenged, individuality is celebrated and ‘reality’ is tested. Unsure whether he is in quarantine, a reality TV show or simply dreaming, David has no choice but to be led down the rabbit-hole and have a good look at who he really is.

BoHo is an exploration of what it means to be good enough, to fit-in and to keep up, performed by an inclusive cast, with a vibrant original score, film and words.

Find out more about Theatr Clwyd 

Accessibility

  BSL Interpretation and Audio Description - Wed 28 June, 20:00

Click on this link to find out more about Accessibility at Unity

Ticket Prices - Standard: £10 / U16s: £7.50 

Hijinx Unity Festival Pass: £25 (allows entry to all four Hijinx Unity shows at Galeri and Queue jump to secure the best seats). 

To Book

Tickets are available  via Galeri's website, in person and over the phone on 01286 685222.

Access Scheme: Free tickets are available for Personal Assistants of disabled patrons who are registered as part of Hynt, a new national access scheme. 

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