Moxie Brawl presents

Punk Alley

Punk Alley is loud and wild. It’s an 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.

Enter the world of the Lazurr Tuts. They’re a world-famous, guitar wielding, foot stomping punk band made up of misfits and outcasts. They are in the business of making music and speaking out, and you have been invited into an exclusive rehearsal. 

Dance, sing, shout, whisper, stomp, spin, sign and shake with the Lazurr Tuts on a journey of self-expression. No matter how loud or soft, the Lazurr Tuts want you discover that what you have to say is important. Set your inner anarchist free and celebrate the joys of being you in a safe, caring environment in which everyone is equal.

Punk Alley is a show full of heart and creates a vibrant and fun space for young people to explore their voice and what’s important to them. Everyone is invited to participate in creating songs, writing placards, and playing music. It’s electric, live where anything could happen. We’re in this together and together let’s make some noise.

VIVA LA PUNK!

Website: https://sarahblanc.com/project/moxie-brawl/
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BSL interpreted
Ages 4+

In collaboration with: Arts Council England; Artsdepot; Cambridge Junction; Oxford Playhouse; Squire Performing Arts Centre; Pavilion Dance South West; Tom Thumb Theatre.

Show Details

Date & Time:   

Saturday 6 November 2021 at 4.00pm

Tickets:

Standards £5
Under 16: £3
Wheelchair: £5 (Plus one free companion ticket)

*Booking fees apply*


Woman in waistcoat is at a microphone waving. Another woman behind her and to the left is dressed in black and leaning her head to one side. A man play in the background plays the guitar.
A rehearsal space in which a person in a wheelchair, a guitarist and two others are performing.
Two female performers are crouching with expressive faces. One of the performers is using a microphone to sing.
Fantastic for Families text with two circular eyes looking downward and to the right