Pay per view at Lancaster Dukes

David Upton

Audiences pay what they decide for two forthcoming shows at Lancaster’s Dukes theatre.

As part of its commitment to new work, The Dukes is hosting two shows where the audience are invited to make a donation afterwards, based on their enjoyment.

Who Wants To Live Forever?, a work in progress performed on September 14, is about one woman’s life-long love for Billie Holiday’s music, for the stars and for her lost baby brother.

On September 23, Morale Is High (Since we gave up hope) will be performed by Powder Keg, winners of the Royal Exchange Theatre’s Hodgkiss Award 2016. It explores the effects of popular culture, political policy and inane day-to-day actions on who we choose to vote for.

Book tickets before the shows and decide afterwards how much you pay.