A thought-provoking, poignant, dynamic, and semi-immersive theatre collage of the worlds and era that surrounded the “Mother of Free Festivals.”
Inspired by the ethos of the hippie, counterculture, and free-festival movements, Something Underground brings you its tribute to Woodstock ’69.
Over two wild and immersive hours. The politics, the conflicts, the protests, the moon landings, the civil-rights movement, the adverts, the drugs, the music, the musicians and the personalities, imbued with the soundscape of this incredible era.
Enjoy with your picnics, wrapped in tie dye, ready to be taken back to a time that was happening, golden and groovy, baby.
PRESS + REVIEWS
***** “…an exceptionally crafted & masterfully executed epic.” The Lewesian
“…a massive theatrical achievement...deserves some kind of award!” Brighton Source 2020
125 mins, plus interval
- July 25, 2022, 7 p.m. → Book Now