By Birmingham Repertory Theatre (UK)

From Fri 15 June to Sat 23 June, 7.30pm (Tue 19 June, 7pm) / Matinee Sat 23 June, 2pm

Tickets from £15 / Previews from £10

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A tale of woe and peas.

Woyzeck just can't get a break. He's stuck living in military barracks. He's forced to shave his condescending commanding officer everyday. His wages are pitiful. His wife might be having an affair. And now he is hearing voices. Maybe he's starting to crack? Or maybe it's just because his doctor is trialling a pea-only diet on him? It's far from ideal but his doctor's poking and prodding comes with the reward of some extra money. It's the chance for a better life if Woyzeck can just hold on that little bit longer…

Woyzeck is a celebration of fighting for a better life when everything else seems to be fighting against you. It's a celebration of standing up to those who try and keep us down. Most of all it's a celebration of the West Midlands spirit as a stellar professional cast is joined by a community chorus of one hundred performers and dancers to bring this vibrant show to life.

This show contains strong language, violence and scenes of a sexual nature.

Duration: 1hr 20mins (no interval) 

Age Guidance: 12+

Director Roxana Silbert 
Choreographer & Associate Director Rosie Kay
Designer Neil Murray

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