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I’ve Been Meaning to Ask You

Created by The Good Room

New dates to be announced soon!

HotHouse Theatre presents a Critical Stages Touring production

** Due to the escalating  restrictions, we have no choice but to postpone our Season 2021: Part Two production, I’ve Been Meaning to Ask You. We are currently working with the company to confirm the new dates.

If you already have tickets for the show, you do not have to do anything. Your tickets will be automatically reallocated once the new dates are announced, and emailed to you. If that date is inconvenient for you, we can swap to another date. **

They asked. You answered.
The next generation is dropping some truths… and the mic

Why do you have to go to work? How come adults drink to have fun? What was life like before the Internet? This is a night full of questions asked by young people and answered by adults. Audiences young and old will love seeing age collide with experience, in a revealing one-hour tell-all, where adults take a backseat, as a powerful panel of 9 to 13 year-olds from our region, finally get the answers they’ve been seeking.

Director Daniel Evans
Key Creatives Amy Ingram and Nathan Sibthorpe
Designer Jonathan Hindmarsh
Lighting Design Jason Glenwright
Original Composer / Sound Design Dane Alexander
Video Design Craig Wilkinson (Optikal Bloc)
Choreography Nerida Matthaei
Original Costume Design Madeline Taylor
Original Young People Producer Annette Box

Duration 60 minutes, no interval
Content advice Adult themes, smoke, haze/fog, strobe lighting
Suitability 9 years +

WAITLIST!

I’VE BEEN MEANING TO ASK YOUWORKSHOP AUDITIONS

We have reached our capacity for the workshop audition. If you are still interested, please fill in the registration form and if a place becomes available we will get in touch! For more information, download the Information for Young Performers and Families from the buttons below. To join the waitlist please click on the ‘Register Now’ button and fill in the application form.

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