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General Prices: Pay What You Decide

Seating: Unreserved seated

What do you think would happen if you knocked on a stranger’s door and offered to write them a poem?

Two years ago Rowan McCabe became the world’s first Door-to-Door Poet. Through a funny and thought-provoking mix of spoken word and theatre, find out about the people he met on his journey around the North East of England; from the most expensive houses in the region, to a mosque in Newcastle; from a council estate in Stockton, to his appearance on BBC Breakfast.

About community and loneliness, at the heart of it all lies a simple, yet vital question: Can we trust strangers?

Written and performed by Rowan McCabe

Directed by Peader Kirk

Supported by Northern Stage, ARC Stockton, Sunderland Culture, Cultural Spring, New Writing North, Apples and Snakes and Arts Council England.

This performance is priced on a Pay What You Decide basis, which means that tickets are available to book in advance as usual, but there is no obligation for you to pay until after you have seen the show. You can then decide on a price which you think is suitable based on your experience. Click here to find out more.

Need somewhere to dine before the show?

We know that when you’re trying to make it on time to see a show in the evening life doesn’t just stop – you still need to eat! Thankfully our No 60 cafe bar has a great selection of meals, with something to suit every appetite. From sandwiches and paninis with a range of fresh fillings, to our hearty speciality burgers. Or if you’re looking for something a little bit different there’s always our bistro menu which offers a new selection of flavours and exciting seasonal dishes every month.

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