Friday 20 April 2018, 7:30pm
Showcasing the talents of people who are accessing Crisis services, Roofless Rhythms features performances from local bands and musicians, including Calton Kelly, Mara Falls, Lost the Plot and The Caprines.
Crisis - the national charity for homeless people - is committed to ending homelessness. Roofless Rhythms has been put together to raise awareness of the work Crisis does across the region and to celebrate the achievements of our members.
Every day we see the devastating impact homelessness has on people’s lives. Every year Crisis works side by side with thousands of homeless people, to help them rebuild their lives and leave homelessness behind for good.
Through their pioneering research into the causes and consequences of homelessness and the solutions to it, they know what it will take to end it.
Together with others who share their resolve, they bring their knowledge, experience and determination to campaign for the changes that will solve the homelessness crisis once and for all.
They bring together a unique volunteer effort each Christmas, to bring warmth, companionship and vital services to people at one of the hardest times of the year, and offer a starting point out of homelessness.
Homelessness is not inevitable. Together we can end it.
Full Price: £5.00
A small percentage of free tickets are avaliable for the homeless and refugees - please contact box office for more information
Age guidance: Suitable for ages 16+
Running time: 3 hours
The Box Office is open every day Monday to Saturday from 10:30am to 1:30pm, and an hour before performances start. Outside these opening hours, messages can be left on our voicemail. See our Terms and Conditions for Ticket Sales.
Wheelchair designated spaces are available at the rear of the auditorium and are available by contacting the Box Office. Patrons who wouldn't be able to attend the theatre without accompaniment are eligible for one free companion ticket, these also can only be booked via Box Office. See Accessibility for more information. Rows showing an extra seat in the centre block are raised.
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The Albany Theatre is a charity, supported by volunteers. In order to maintain this beautiful building, £1 of your ticket cost goes to our Theatre Development Fund. See Support Us for other ways to donate and help out.