Carriageworks Theatre Presents 33, Mar 22
33 tells the tale of the thirty three men stuck half a mile under the ground, the journalists in the desert above them and the world that watched them from afar.
The Wardrobe Ensemble use soulful stories, macho choreography and original music to present their take on the Chilean miner crisis of 2010.
Following their highly acclaimed debut, RIOT, 33 is the second of The Wardrobe Ensemble's Real Things Trilogy. 33 premiered at Bristol Old Vic in July, before going to the Edinburgh Fringe, where it played to sell-out audiences at Zoo Aviary. 33 is now touring nationally and comes to Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds on 22 March.
A tale of friendship, hope and Elvis Presley, 33 takes you beyond the newsrooms, past the cameras and leaves you 2000 feet under the ground. An outlandish, touching and funny modern-legend of men on the brink of death, fame and madness.
The Wardrobe Ensemble fictionalise forgotten stories that were once at the height of media attention, using verbatim material, physical theatre, live music and inventive stagecraft. They make theatre which explores, questions, and celebrates human life.
Sat 22 March
Ticket prices: £12, (£10 concession)
Tickets for all Carriageworks Theatre productions can be booked on 0113 224 3801, online through our website at www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk or in person at the Carriageworks Theatre Box Office, Millennium Square, Leeds, LS2 3AD.
The Carriageworks Theatre is a modern venue located on Millennium Square programming a wide variety of theatre and comedy for the whole family. We are also the proud home of the Leeds Civic Arts Guild, the Carriageworks Theatre Academy for young people and various classes open to the Leeds community.