She Who is a timely celebration of the powerful, beautiful collective voice of women and youth written by Jessica Curry, the internationally acclaimed, BAFTA winning composer and co-founder of renowned games company The Chinese Room . Created using settings of poems by American feminist poet Judy Grahn, She Who weaves together themes of humanity and connectivity and is an electrifying piece that speaks of hope and female power for the young voices of the National Youth Choir.
This event has unreserved seating.
NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: TICKETS
You won’t receive a physical ticket for PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial events, instead you will receive an e-ticket.
There is one ticket for each member of your party. In an effort to reduce paper waste we encourage you to download and show the ticket/s on your mobile device. If you are unable to do so please print off a copy of each ticket and show it at the venue to be scanned.
If you do not have access to a printer, or mobile phone, you can pop into the Hull Truck Theatre Box Office where staff will be happy to print a copy off for you. This service is only available during Hull Truck Theatre’s Box Office opening hours; Mon – Sat, 10am – 5.30pm (open later on show nights). Alternatively we charge £1 for printing and postage of e-tickets.
Please note, this event is free but ticketed. Tickets do not guarantee entry and admission is on a first-come-first-served basis for those with tickets. Please ensure you arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.
ON THE DOOR TICKETS
Tickets are available to from Hull Truck Theatre up until 2hrs before the event. Please bear in mind that if you are not able to receive e-tickets, on a mobile device, the theatre does not open until 10am for you to collect physical printed tickets.
After this time, if the event is not sold out, you may be able to obtain tickets on the door. To check availability please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, follow Absolutely Cultured on social media or ask one of our friendly City of Culture volunteers at each venue.
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