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Bee Jarvis & Natasha Pavey present

How to Survive: Two Nights of Open Mic

for Climate & Diversity Activism

Bee Jarvis & Natasha Pavey present

How to Survive: Two Nights of Open Mic

for Climate & Diversity Activism

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Introducing Theatre Royal Plymouth’s first ever Open Mic Night, How to Survive, coming to The Drum on the 15th and 16th of February 2024! 

On a planet that is warming, where labels matter more than people and the bills just keep on rising, come and hear from the people of Plymouth on How to Survive in 2024.

How To Survive is a two-night series of open mic events exploring themes of diversity, inclusion and the climate emergency through music, spoken word, creative writing and more.

Each night will feature a range of emerging artists alongside four featured artists!

Join us in The Drum on 15th and 16th February 2024, where we will come together in a celebration of unwavering resilience, creativity and joy. Hosted by Bee Jarvis and Natasha Pavey (TRP Artists for Change).

Tickets are pay what you feel. Age recommendation 16+.

Important information

Tickets:
£5 minimum, pay what you feel

Running time:
2 hours including a 20 minute interval

Age guideline:
16+

Sensory notice & content flags:
Strong language, loud music and noise. Social injustice, language and discussions of injustice that may be triggering.

If you require this information prior to booking, please check back for updates or call our Box Office on 01752 267222

Featured Artists

We’re excited to announce the featured artists for Theatre Royal Plymouth’s first ever Open Mic Night, How To Survive.

Two established Plymouth-based artists will perform per evening, sharing work that centres the climate emergency, diversity and inclusion. Plymouth Poet and Playwright, Jon Nash and Writer, Performer and Theatre Royal Plymouth Associate Director, Malaika Kegode will be performing on Thursday 15th February. Plymouth Youth Poet Laureate and Playwright, Mimi Jones and Award Winning Writer and Playwright, Laura Horton will be performing on Friday 16th February.

We hope these artists will bring inspiration and insight to two nights of one off exciting new work from a range of emerging artists.

Don’t miss out on seeing these brilliant artists for a one off performance on The Drum stage this February!

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