About Teeth Have a Memory - Get 1 Give 1 ticket scheme
Shreya Tanisha and Moksha Theatre
Absurd, dark and passionate: A woman confronts the violent colonial history of Partition, as she bakes a cake in her subconscious.
Q&A after show
Terms & conditions for Teeth Have a Memory - Get 1 Give 1 ticket scheme
The CentrE17 and Hello, my name is… Theatre Festival are partnering in this innovative new diversity scheme. Pay £15 for 2 tickets. You get one ticket to watch the show you’ve chosen. We will give the 2nd ticket to a low-income audience member, under-represented minorities, caregivers, and audiences who can’t normally afford to go to the theatre. Free seating, good feels, and greater inclusivity.
Our member associations:
Black Ticket Project
East Asian Ticket Club
(We’re still missing a caregivers’ home or senior citizen home, but we can update the website when we confirm?)
Normal ticket price: £10 for 1
Get 1 Give 1: £15 for 2
The buyer gets 1 ticket of their own to watch any show. And one seat that they buy is given to a low-income, or under-represented audience member which we will find through our associations (e.g. Black Ticket Project member, or we will need to offer something to a senior citizens care home?)
They don’t have to sit together (probably need to make this clear so that people don’t think it’s a buddy scheme).
Each show has 10 tickets available for the Get 1 Give 1 scheme. (So in total, 60 tickets are made available for low-income people, minorities, caregivers, and people who can’t normally afford to come to the theatre)
Tickets are non-refundable. Proof of purchase must be shown to gain admission
Doors open 15 mins before start time
Start times are correct on ticket.
1 Church Hill,