Theatre

Collateral Cubicle

14+
Sat 14 Oct
19:30
90
£10.50 (including booking fees, concessions available)

“It really resonated with me... Perfect for young people” Mike from Andy's Man Club”

“I was incredibly moved by the richness of the content and acting”- Helen from Care Nest CIC”

What’s it all about? Jodie wakes up, locked in a toilet cubicle after a night of heavy drinking. She soon learns that there is a male stranger (‘Toilet Voice’) in the cubicle next door.

Jodie is unfiltered, exhausted, and stressed out but cannot stand the silence. She reluctantly engages in conversation as Toilet Voice attempts to share about himself. We travel through the night on the back of the stories the pair exchange. Silly, banterous and touching but what happened the night before? Think, ‘Fleabag’ meets ‘Inbetweeners’ with a strong mental health message.

Tickets
Full ticket prices
£10.50
Concessions
£5.00 
available to
anyone self-prescribing of a concession
Pay It Forward
£15.50
4 free tickets per night
4 free tickets available for anyone who identifies as in need. 

Prices stated are inclusive of all booking fees and charges.

Venue Info 
Barbican Theatre
Castle Street
The Barbican
Plymouth
PL1 2NJ
Situated behind the Mayflower Visitor Centre just off the main Barbican road (opposite the 'Prawn' and Mayflower Steps.
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Seating
Seating
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Attendee guidance / trigger warnings / safe space
Age Guidance: 14+

Young people aged 15-25 years old, but not limited to any audience in particular.

Emotional / trigger warnings: Comedic, crude and emotional tone of voice. The piece explores community, new writing, mental health, suicide and bereavement and communication.
Health warnings: none expected.

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