How I Hacked My Way Into Space with The Holbeck

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
How I Hacked My Way Into Space with The Holbeck
Image courtesy of Adrienne Photography.

30 July 2020 Entrance is free — Visit now

How I Hacked My Way Into Space, presented by Unlimited Theatre, tells the hilarious and moving story of how the Unlimited Space Agency’s Director of Human Spaceflight, Jon Spooner, accidentally set up his own space agency and hacked his way into space. The 45-minute theatre show will be presented from the car park of The Holbeck and live-streamed directly via the Unlimited Space Agency YouTube channel and Facebook page.

Budding astronauts and space cadets will love this.

Budding astronauts and space cadets will love this. Seize the opportunity to watch some live family theatre from the comfort of your own home. Join Jon Spooner and his best pal Mini Jon, for an intergalactic storytelling show about one man’s mission to hack into the cosmos.

Seize the opportunity to watch some live family theatre from the comfort of your own home.

This performance is taking place as part of Live Little Stories for Leeds – theatre for children across the city. Delighting families with live theatre and storytelling, this city-wide one-day event sees nine theatre companies and artists bring a flurry of micro-theatre and activity for little ones and their grown-ups.

Featuring Tutti Frutti productions, Wrongsemble, Fidget Theatre, Slung Low, Unlimited Theatre, 154 Collective, Interplay and Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah, events will take place across Leeds.

All events will be taking place outdoors, for invited families, with strict social distancing measures in place.

30 July 2020 Entrance is free Visit now

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