The Great Austerity Debate is an interactive forum theatre play, following the story of Megan K. as she juggles low-paid work, ever-deeper debt, two kids and a fancy new red handbag.
After watching the play, audiences are invited to imagine different outcomes for the characters, and see their ideas played out by the actors. Every audience brings new responses, new interventions and new endings, making each performance unique.
Entertaining, inspiring and always surprising, The Great Austerity Debate brings burning real-life questions to the stage and audiences get to bring the answers.
Tickets £12 (+booking fee) with £5 concessions available Waterstones in Kettering. Special online price of £6 (£5 concessions) from WeGotTickets or on the door.
Doors open 7pm with show start at 7:30pm.
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