Michelangelo Drawing Blood
Tuesday 7 May, 7.30pm
Michelangelo: painter, sculptor, architect, engineer and poet - the original, and perhaps ultimate, Renaissance man.
Michelangelo Drawing Blood delves into the forces that drove his genius - an obsession with human anatomy, a passionate response to the male body and an equally intense Christian faith. 21st century theatre meets 16th century culture as three male performers bring to life the fluid twists and turns of Michelangelo's drawings accompanied by music composed by Charlie Barber and performed live on Renaissance instruments.
In keeping with so many productions from Sound Affairs this show promises to offer audiences a theatrical experience with a difference.
See video trailer
Tickets: £12.50 (£10.00 concessions, £8.50 student/child, £5.00 Anglia Ruskin students)
~ This performance contains male nudity
Mumford Theatre Pre-show Talk series
All talks are free and you do not need a ticket for the performance at 7.30pm to attend.
Tuesday 7 May, 6.30-7.00pm, Lord Ashcroft Building 002
with Chris Owen, Head of Department, Cambridge School of Art
For more information please visit the Pre-show Talks page
Click the thumbnail image on the right to view seating plan.