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News: Alphabetti is 10! Soup returns!

Alphabetti is 10!

Soup returns!

The award-winning Newcastle venue will mark the occasion by hosting a curated bill of returning performers from throughout their decade-long tenure as one of the city's leading cultural establishments.

Kylie Ann Ford - appearing 15 August

Over three weeks, the Alphabetti team - led by Artistic & Executive Director Ali Pritchard - will be inviting 45 artists to perform – all of whom have experimented, evolved, and discovered excellence on the Alphabetti stages.

Steve Byron - appearing 16 August

Hosted by associate artist – Wilf Stone - the events will tell the story of Alphabetti - interspersed with different guest artists each night, all of whom have performed with us over the past decade. Musical acts bringing their show to Alphabetti Theatre are: Kerrin Tatman, Paige Temperley, Kay Greyson, Ceitidh Mac, Georgia May, Agitated Hedgehog, Tommy Evans, Katie Doherty & Dave Gray, and Carl Kennedy.

Rosie Stancliffe - appearing 18 August

Theatre performers are: Kylie Ann Ford, Audrey Cook, Steve Byron, Mixtape, Zoe Lambert, Hannah Walker, Rosie Stancliffe, Mack Sproates, Jane Arnfield, Elijah Young, Jacob Anderton, Sam Neale, Scott Turnbull, Sam Honour, Jude Nelson, Christina Dawson, Rebecca Glendenning-Laycock, Patti Boo Rae and Dave Raynor.

Kay Greyson - appearing 19 August

There will be comedy from: Micky Cochrane, Si Beckwith, Liberty Hodes, and Lauren Pattison. 

Rowan McCabe - appearing 30 August

And poetry from: Papi Jeovani, AJ McKenna, Lisette Auton, Matt Miller, Scott Tyrrell, Zoe Murtagh, Kirsten Luckins, Rowan McCabe, Arabella Arnott, and Richard Boggie. 

Lauren Pattison - appearing 2 September

Finally, there will be cabaret performances from: Danny5 and Sally Collett.

Performances will take place 15th August – 2nd September and are all Pay As You Feel.

Micky Cochrane - appearing 18 August

Our Pay As You Feel scheme allows us to keep great art accessible to anyone, regardless of financial situation. Audiences pay what they feel they can afford at the end of the show, and all ticketing monies are anonymous – with cash paid via envelopes and card paid via an “oyster card-esque" machine.

Hannah Walker - appearing 17 August

Alphabetti Theatre is an award-winning intimate theatre in Newcastle upon Tyne, founded with the belief that great art should be for everyone, not just those who can afford it. The theatre was recently awarded 'Fringe Theatre of the Year 2023' by The Stage Awards and is celebrating its 10th birthday with Alphabetti Soup.

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