Presented by Word of Warning, The Guinness Partnership during Domestic II
A traditional English café amplified, reverberated and delayed whilst enjoying a pot of tea and a homemade slice of Victoria Sponge.
Audio Caff is a performance hub where anyone can meet, relax, enjoy a brew and have a slice of homemade cake, while being immersed in a sound installation.
Venue + Booking Details, for Domestic II
FRIDAY EVENING SOLD-OUT
SATURDAY EVENING EXTRA TICKETS RELEASED
Dates: Thursday 24 — Saturday 26 September 2015, 7.30pm; Saturday 26 September 2015 12noon-5pm
Venue: Matthias Court, off Cannon Street, Salford, M3 6JD — a 7 minute walk from Chapel Street / Salford Cathedral, a 13 minute walk to Salford Central Railway Station, and a 20 minute walk to Opera House on Quay Street.
Tickets: Evening Performances can be booked online via We Got Tickets (10% booking fee applies) OR reserved over the phone 07581 299 439 (leave a message + we’ll get back to you); remaining tickets will be available at Matthias Court (cash only) just before the performances.
As a sited event, Domestic II presents a number of access challenges please see front page for details.
Age advisory: none. Sound installation and working café. Please request details of allergens. For specific age and access information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07581 299 439.
Who is she?
Charlotte Berry is a theatre maker, performance artist and musician based in NW England. Charlotte is a member of Tin Can People, a theatre company that platform devised group performances and solo projects.