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Become a Member

There are two types of ticket.

Everyone gets a Standard ticket. You have to earn an Elite ticket.

Together, we're going to tell a story… of a girl from Lowground spun from spider's web, and a boy from Highground carved out of clouds.

Standards work to build the story, Elites control which path the story takes. That's fair, right?

Standard:Elite is a playful, interactive theatre experience about class, privilege and social mobility that's accessible and, above all, fun.

There are two types of ticket.  There aren't two types of people. Make your own choices. Tell your own story. Create your own class war.

Duration: 1 hour 25mins with interval

Book Tickets

Hidden Track Theatre

Winner, Greater Manchester Fringe, Best New Writing.

Winner, Brighton Fringe, Best Newcomer.

  • The atmosphere throughout was incredible.
       
    The Voice
  • Social commentary at its finest – creative, thought-provoking and masses of fun.
       
    The Badger

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