19:00 - 21:00
Matinees on Weekends.
COVID secure bubbles in place. See ticketing site.
Inspired by the hippie, counterculture & free festival movements, Something Underground (Best New Play, Fringe 2012, Best Male Performer & Best New Play (Shortlist) 2013,
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Best Male Perf (Nom) 2007, Best Female Perf 2014, Bruntwood Prize longlist 2019) brings you a poignant, energetic, semi-immersive open-air theatre collage of the era surrounding the “Mother of Free Festivals”.
A cast of thousands: Festivalgoers, organisers, chopper pilots, musicians (Garcia, Townshend, Janis, Hendrix, Guthrie, Baez), locals, policemen, dealers, Yasgur, civil rights leaders, toilet cleaners, nuclear sub captains, reporters, astronauts, politicians, anti-war riots, Viet vets & many many more, all wrapped in the era's evocative soundscape.
Covid precautions in place, & great deals on multi-person bubbles.
Bring layers of WARM clothing, blankets & picnics.
Turn on, tune in & drop out.