Minutes to Midnight: A Nuclear Opera (Live Performance)

Two US missileers wait in a bunker in 2016

16 Sep

Full Price: £15, Financially Challenged: £5

Produced by Minute Hand Opera

There will also be an interactive broadcast of this show at 18:00-19:00, Friday 18th September 2020; Minutes to Midnight: A Nuclear Opera (Interactive Broadcast). A recording of that broadcast will be available for 28 days and tickets for the broadcast are sold seperately. 

Music: John Sturt
Words: Sophia Chapadjiev

November 2016. Deep in the bowels of a bunker in North Dakota, 20-some-year-olds Lieutenants Martinez and Walker have one job: launch nuclear missiles should the call from the Commander-in-Chief ever come. Above ground, a new president is about to be elected.

Join us for Minutes to Midnight’s Tête à Tête Avant-Première which will consist of curated selections, as well as a talk on this work-in-progress and “How to Create and Collaborate in the Time of Covid”.

Age range: 15+, some strong language

Wednesday 16th September - 7:00pm
Duration: 40 minutes

Tickets:  Full price: £15.00 / Financially Challenged: £5.00

Prior to arrival:
You and your group must not have tested positive or be showing symptoms of Covid-19, nor have come into contact with someone who has tested positive within 14 days prior to your visit of The Cockpit.
If you or someone in your group starts to show symptoms of Covid-19 while you are at The Cockpit you are to tell a member of staff present and leave immediately.

COVID House Rules
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Essential reading before you attend a performance at The Cockpit: COVID House Rules & Coming to See a Show (don't panic, they're short)