The next play in a series that lets the audience pay what they think should be charged for a performance will take place at Alnwick Playhouse soon.
The Pay What You Decide initiative has been launched by the venue to support artists and develop new audiences for cutting edge, thought provoking performances.
Made Up by Stan’s Cafe is a heart-warming play about friendship and the faces we show the world.
On a film set, in a Winnebago, Kate a young film star, is being made up. She’s beautiful, but scared. She’s on the edge, acting in front of the camera and making up stories in her private life. Sue is applying the make-up and attempting to cover up the cracks. She is older and possibly wiser, but on the edge herself, with a host of unresolved issues and people she needs to make up with.
This time together may be their one chance to make things right; they are made up to have found each other.
Artistic director James Yarker experiments with theatrical techniques to create a catalogue of work as vast in its subject matter as its number.
Made Up takes place on Tuesday, June 7, at 7.30pm.
Book at www.alnwickplayhouse.co.uk or call 01665 510785 and pay what you think afterwards. There will also be a question and answer session after the play.