At Grapevine Magazine we are doing our best to keep on top of what is happening in LIVE entertainment in the region. Local restrictions and changing rules mean that some planned events get re-arranged at short notice – always check directly with the venue before planning an evening out.
Tell us about your LIVEgigs – email LIVEgigs@GrapevineLIVE.co.uk and we will, for a limited time, add them to our online listings for you.
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Reads – Morgue
27th January 2021 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
There’s a beautiful bride on the slab, strange noises coming from the cooler, and the Lord of the Dead is on the rampage. For morticians, Konrad and Milo, it’s just another night in the Morgue.
Inspired by the Orpheus myth, Morgue is part love story, part macabre fantasia: an elegy to anyone who has known loneliness, longing and lost love.
With ghoulish humour, spirited physicality and haunting music from The Resident Dead, Morgue guarantees you the time of your death!
Morgue is a new piece of writing from Olivier winning playwright Morgan Lloyd Malcolm and director Ryan McBryde. Re-imagining the Orpheus myth in a contemporary context, the piece explores how we cope with loss and challenges our perception of death.
Tickets are free but limited so must be booked in advance.
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- Just to be clear we promote LIVE entertainment: Music, Theatre, Comedy & Dance. We do not list charity or community sales, country fairs, craft workshops, discos, DJ sets, exhibitions, film, karaoke, quiz nights, walks, tours or sporting events.
- Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information in our listings from time to time events change or get cancelled. We strongly suggest that you check with the venue especially if you intend to travel any distance. Ticket prices shown are, generally speaking, the most you should expect to pay. In many cases discounts and concessions are available and often tickets bought in advance are less than ‘on the door’ prices.