Bric à Brac's Thanksgiving Special!
The Glitch Waterloo
Come for all the warm, fuzzy feelings at Bric à Brac Theatre's Thanksgiving Special! Join us for a fun-filled evening complete with comedy, music, and more at our new fav spot at "The Glitch" in Waterloo on the 17th of November at 7:30pm!
The evening will feature a variety of acts by incredible cabaret artists in an effort to raise money for our new show!
As per Bric à Brac tradition you will have the chance to participate in our legendary raffle. In the past prizes have ranged from knitting lessons to bottles of bubbles!
Glass Ceiling Beneath The STars - Work in progress Sharing
The Pleasance London
7/12/22 - 10/12/22
September 12, 1992. USA. Hurricanes in Hawaii, the longest running game of the US Men's Tennis Open and NASA launches the Endeavour STS-47. Onboard are two women set to change history. Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman to go to space, and Jan Davis, the first married woman to go to space with her husband. When they came back to Earth there was one question everyone wanted the answer to: did the couple have sex in space?
The Glass Ceiling Beneath the Stars is a live cinema show based on true events investigating what it really means to be a woman taking up space.
Part of the Futures Festival.
About Futures Festival
Futures Festival is a festival of work-in-progress shows from leading independent performance makers and curated by Pleasance Associate Artists
The Future Is Rewritten is presented by Bric à Brac which focuses on true stories, specifically those which shake up the status quo.
Find the full Futures Festival line-up here.
Futures Festival is supported by The Leche Trust & Noël Coward Foundation.