24 Hours in a Day, an evening of inclusive work by Devon theatre companies, emerging performers and choreographers, and hosted by Plymouth theatre company Strictly Collaborative, is taking place at the Barbican Theatre, Plymouth on Saturday, March 19 at 7.30pm.
The evening will include work by Wheelfever, Attick 260, Sarah Buckingham, Unspoken directed by Adam Benjamin and Strictly Collaborative itself with a physical theatre piece devised by the company and directed by Connie Page and Claire Summer.
Ticket cost £6, £4 concessions and are available from the Barbican Theatre box office. Call 01752 267 131, Tuesday to Friday, 10am to 6pm.
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