RESCHEDULED - Chaplin: Birth of a Tramp

Arrows & Traps Theatre presents

RESCHEDULED - Chaplin: Birth of a Tramp WED 21 APR

Price:
£14.50 FULL / £12.50 CONC
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Due to our temporary closure, this event has been postponed and will now take place on Wednesday 21 April 2021. All customers have been contacted regarding refunds/exchanges.


EVENT INFORMATION

For over 100 years, Charlie Chaplin has been the world’s best-loved clown.  His brilliant comic creation of The Little Tramp is the first and most recognisable cinematic icon in history.  But his remarkable story of stardom and success has a darker side.

Raised in the horrific, grinding poverty of a Victorian slum, Charlie never knew the security of a stable family.  Whilst his parents destroyed themselves with disastrous ambition and unshakeable vice, Charlie was thrown at the mercy of the workhouse.  Desperate to escape his feral existence on the streets of South London, Charlie became captivated by the shining lights of music hall, and gradually began to see a way out.

Critically-acclaimed Arrows & Traps return with a 5-star new play about the relationship between experience and creativity, and invite you to discover how Chaplin spun personal tragedy into universal comedy, in an "enthralling and emotive" exploration of one of the world’s most remarkable lives.

This production is being produced with the full endorsement of the Chaplin Estate and the Chaplin Family.
Charlie Chaplin™© Bubbles Incorporated S.A.

THEATRE TICKET OFFER

Buy two or more theatre shows for £8 each on the following shows (subject to availability):

Emergence 2020 Tour | Moving Bodies | Far Gone | Santuario | Jeremiah | Outrageous Fortune I Chaplin: Birth of a Tramp I Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope I The Hard Way

Please call 0161 912 5616 or visit Waterside in person to take advantage of this offer.

CREATIVE TEAM

Written & Directed by Ross McGregor

Produced by Chris Tester

RUNNING TIMES

120 minutes plus a 20 minute interval

MEDIA

#Chaplin

@WatersideArts

@arrowsandtraps

  1. April 21, 2021, 7:30 p.m. → Book Now

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