London’s cabaret scene will be put under the spotlight in Travis Alabanza’s play, Sound of the Underground, which will run at the Royal Court Theatre from January 19th to 25 February 25th, 2023. Tickets to Sound of the Underground are available to book online and through the box office.
Sound Of The Underground explores London’s club culture and how it has shaped queer artists today, with Alabanza commenting on the production stating, “ Right now art and live art has a money problem, a crossroad to choose from – and I think cabaret artists are the most suited to interrogate these questions. I’m so excited to see what we all make together”.
The play will feature an eight-strong cast including Wet Mess, CHIYO, Lilly SnatchDragon, Tammy Reynolds, Rhys Hollis, Ms Sharon Le Grand, Mwice Kavindele, and Sue Gives a F*ck.
Co-creator of the play Debbie Hannan will direct Sound of the Underground which will also feature movement direction by Omar Jordan Phillips, lighting design by Simisola Majekodunmi, design by Rosie Elnile and Max Johns, and sound design by Alexandra Faye Braithwaite.
Booking & Theatre Info For Sound Of The Underground
Performances of Sound of the Underground will be at the Royal Court Theatre from January 19th. The Royal Court Theatre is a small fringe theatre located on Sloane Square with a capacity of 389 seats on three levels that compromises of the larger Jerwood Theatre Downstairs and the more intimate Jerwood Theatre Upstairs. There is flexible seating to suit each individual production however, due to the size of the venue, there is generally good views of the stage throughout.
The best seats in the theatre can be found in the Stalls which has a decent rake and has completely unobstructed views of the stage and the Circle is also an ideal vantage point to get a clear view of the stage from an elevated position.
Patrons looking to book cheap Sound Of The Underground tickets can find value either in the Balcony on the second floor, or in the Slips in the Circle where tickets are moderately priced and offer a clear view of the stage