Youth Club Experience: a slice of the 80s
Brighton Youth Centre, 64 Edward St, BN2 0JR
25 & 26 June 2021
You remember what it was like to go to the youth club, don't you? No...? Then let us remind you.
This is a fun, immersive experience of what youth clubs were like in the 80s.
Don your best 80s gear (there will be a prize for the best outfit) and come and engage in a night of hilariously historical youth club activities.
You will not be checked for illegal substances and unauthorised weapons at the door (unless you want to be....)
Your ticket will include one item from the tuck shop, please remember this is an 80s event so it will involve sugar.....
It is rumoured that OfYouth, the national body that regulates youth club activities, will be paying a visit. Let's hope it doesn't coincide!!
All proceeds will support the work of Brighton Youth Centre. (this part is true)
We are very grateful to have received a Magic Little Grant through the partnership between Localgiving and Postcode Society Trust towards the cost of this production.
Uncorked began as Mothers Uncorked (the performing arm of Mothers Uncovered), presenting audience participation shows around the topic of motherhood.
Subsequently, the group extended to include other performers and themes, so was briefly m/others, but this is too unwieldy!
We present interactive, immersive pieces that deal with social issues.
They are largely improvised.
When the audience enters the space, they are playing a character within the fictional world.
We have presented four shows at The ONCA Gallery and The One Church.
Children of the Evolution - exploring the implications of a radical curriculum shake-up for secondary schools.
Read, Not Greed - exploring what would happen if the library started charging hire fees.
Green or Greed? - exploring the issues around erecting a new block of flats in a controversial spot.
The Health of Nations - looking at which service the hospital would cut in order to save money.