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Exodus

Comedy Drama
Exodus
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Coliseum

Tickets - £12.00
Concessions - £10.00

Online transactions carry a £2.50 booking fee

By Rachael Boulton

presented Motherlode Theatre

South Wales. The night the last factory closed.

Four neighbours build a plane in an allotment and take off down the high street, past the butchers, past the curry house, and above the chapel in search of a life free from politics and the grind.

Blisteringly funny, this heartwarming drama accompanied by live original score and tantalising visuals is a new adventure from the valleys that makes anything seem possible.

"Comic and celebratory, melodic and mournful, it's an elegy for a place that's not dead yet!" - New York Times Review for Motherlode.


Co produced with RCT Theatres, in association with Creu Cymru. Supported by Arts Council Wales, Bristol Old Vic & Chapter.


Running Time: 1 hour 20 minutes ( no interval)

Warning - Contains flashing lights and some swearing


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