UPDATE: THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES. THE COMPETITION IS NO LONGER RUNNING.
If you love parody then you won’t want to miss watching the talented Canadian actor Charles Ross who will be heading to Stafford Gatehouse Theatre to perform his hilarious brand new show which parodies both seasons of the Eighties-based Netflix horror/sci-fi phenomenon that has intrigued, engrossed and spooked millions of viewers worldwide. We will also be giving away a pair of tickets worth £43 to one lucky reader who will be heading to his show on 1st of October. The winner will get the chance to watch him flail about the stage using just his voice and his frenetic physicality to recreate the much-loved characters and entire storyline. We have been told that One-Man Stranger Things will appeal to anyone who has marvelled at the kooky 1980’s setting, the mythology and the weirdness – all of the factors which made the TV show shine. You’ll laugh till you bleed from your nose – just like Eleven! Previous to this, Charles Ross and TJ Dawe (who grew up in the 80s and who were addicted to adventure movies) went on to co-create a number of parody shows, including One Man Lord of the Rings which got the official seal of approval from Sir Ian McKellen and One Man Star Wars, which has been performed over 1200 times in more than 180 cities across four continents.
Here’s how you can win yourself a pair of tickets worth £43. Terms and conditions as stated on the Rafflecopter Giveaway.
If you are keen to catch a sneak peek of the show, watch this short youtube video here:
When will the One Man Stranger Things : A Parody be taking place ?
The performance will take place on Sunday, 1st October 2018 at 8pm
How much are the tickets?
Tickets are priced at £21.50 each while students get a discount of £13.50. Age guidance for the show is from 10+
How can I book ?
Tickets can be booked by calling the box office on 01785 619080 or by visiting Stafford Gatehouse Theatre’s website.
Where is Stafford Gatehouse Theatre?
Stafford Gatehouse is an old Victorian theatre for professional and amateur shows, including Shakespeare and children’s plays. In 2007, the Borough Hall was reopened as Stafford Gatehouse Theatre, by his Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester. The Borough Hall was originally opened on 20 June 1877 and the building once housed Stafford Borough Council.
Stafford Gatehouse Theatre
Tel: 01785 619080
Where to park?
Stafford Gatehouse Theatre is in the heart of Stafford, just seconds from the main shopping centre and central tourist attractions. It is less than 10 minutes drive from Junctions 13 and 14 of the M6 and can be found by following the theatre mask symbols on routes into the town centre. There are ample parking facilities a short walk away from the theatre and cycle racks are available outside the building.
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