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Mousetrap Theatre Projects offers 500 young people West End theatre tickets for just £10

Kitty Underwood

By Kitty Underwood First Published 20 January 2023, Last Updated 24 January 2023

Theatre education charity Mousetrap Theatre Projects has announced 500 young people will have the the opportunity to see a top West End show for just £10 as part of their Go Live Fortnight campaign, which will run this year from Wednesday 1 February – Tuesday 14 February.

Mousetrap Theatre Projects is one of the great charities we support, who do fantastic work getting young people involved in theatre. They run subsidised theatregoing programmes and Creative Learning projects designed to make theatre accessible to all young people, including low-income families and those with additional needs. They also work with schools and teachers to ensure they are reaching as many young people as they can. 

Shows taking part in this year’s Go Live Fortnight include: Carmen, Choir of Man, Cirque Bezerk,  Mamma Mia!, & Juliet, Wicked, The International Mime Festival, The Mousetrap, The Play That Goes Wrong, To Kill A Mockingbird and Tina – The Tina Turner Musical.

There will also be two free dance workshops with choreographer Philip Joel on Hairspray and Little Shop of Horrors, pre and post show talks with cast and creative team members, opportunities to meet other Go Live members at a social gathering and other planned events.

Tickets for Go Live Fortnight will go on sale Wednesday 25th January 2023 at 12.00 noon to members of Go Live.

Young people, aged 15-24*, can sign up for free here.  Any young person signing up between the ages of 15 –18 must attend a state school.

 

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