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Free Theatre Christchurch - 'Ubu Through the Looking Glass'

Free Theatre Christchurch Presents: Ubu Through the Looking Glass


Ubu crashes through the looking glass to discover spectacular sights and surreal sounds inspired by Tom Waits, Cocteau Twins, Arcade Fire, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Stevie Nicks, Kate Bush, Shocking Pinks, Willie Nelson, Chris Isaak and more. And what's in the soup?

Ubu Nights are quite unlike anything else - anywhere! Combining theatre, music, film and hospitality, enter exhilarating, sensory environments where the unexpected is to be expected.

Proudly supported by The Arts Centre - Christchurch and Christchurch Creative Communities, Free Theatre together with its hospitality partner The Rolling Om collaborates with a diversity of artists to create spectacular experiences. Ubu's Bar is stocked with the finest from Black Estate Wines and Cassels & Sons with an Ubu Special reflecting the experience of the night. For more info, see: http://www.freetheatre.org.nz/ubu-nights.html

Entry: $10. Doors open from 6pm with entertainment happening throughout the evening. Come and go as you please!


Some comments by audience members about Free Theatre’s Ubu Nights:

"My friends and I thoroughly enjoyed the night and were immensely impressed by the artistry and richness of the whole experience. We kept saying afterwards how extraordinary to find this here!"

“Terrific food, talented musicians and great atmosphere. Had a brilliant time”.

"Ubu nights are not too be missed if you want to be entertained with quality performances as well as being able to enjoy a simple glass of wine in good company!"

Ubu Through the Looking Glass // $10 door entry // Friday 23 March – 6pm-11pm

The Gym @ The Arts Centre. Worcester Boulevard.

Full Menu & Drinks from the Bar

Come and go as you please throughout the night!

Facebook Event

More information about weekly Ubu Nights can be found on our website:

http://www.freetheatre.org.nz/ubu-nights.html


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