It’s Middle Child’s 10th birthday – so we’re throwing a big old party!
We’ll be taking over Social on Humber Street to celebrate ten years of making a noise, featuring songs and scenes from past shows, a fundraising raffle, (short) speeches and tunes from the Make Noise Collective DJs.
Shows to get the one night-only treatment – if our performers can remember the notes and lines – include The Canary and the Crow, we used to be closer than this, Us Against Whatever, All We Ever Wanted Was Everything, I Hate Alone, Weekend Rockstars, Cinderella and Apples.
There will also be Neapolitan-style pizza from Costanza’s available throughout the night, to keep your hips and feet fuelled for a night of dancing.
So bust out your favourite threads, wear whatever makes you feel good and join us to make a toast to another decade of Middle Child!
This production is not socially distanced. Please see our FAQs for more information about the measures we are taking around Covid-19, including our cancellation policy.
The evening will be BSL-interpreted by Dave Wycherley.
Costanza’s Pizza, located inside Social, will be selling homemade Neapolitan-style pizza until 9pm.
- Doors: 7pm
- Performance and raffle: 7.30pm-10.30pm, including two 20 minute intervals
- DJs: 10.30pm until midnight
Age guidance: 18+. Contains strong language, drug references, depictions of sex, violence, racism, grief, anxiety and Covid-19.
This performance is relaxed, meaning that noise and movement is welcome during the show, but does include loud, amplified music.
Standard – £15.00
This event has one ticket type for anybody 18 years old and above. ID may be requested by the venue staff.
Essential Companion – Free
A free, no-questions-asked additional ticket for any disabled audience member who requires an essential companion. To book, please order two tickets: one for yourself and one for your companion, then apply the essential companion discount code on the Event Summary ‘Basket’ page. This will then convert the standard ticket to a free one.
This event will include a mix of cabaret-style seating (around tables) and standing. Capacity for this event is 280 people.
This event will be interpreted by Dave Wycherley. Seating with the best view of Dave will be reserved for BSL users and their guests.
Wheelchair spaces are available throughout the venue. To reserve a wheelchair space, please contact audience development manager, Jamie Potter, after you have purchased a ticket.
63 Humber St, Hull, HU1 1TU
Available in the Fruit Market multi-storey car park, a one-minute walk away, on Blackfriargate. Limited on-street parking is also available.
The nearest bus stop is the Old Harbour stop, next to Stage @ The Dock, a one-minute walk away. This stop is served by the number 20 bus.
Social includes a cloakroom, buggy storage, accessible toilet and baby-changing facilities.
The box office entrance is at the rear of the building, accessed via a tenfoot from Humber Street.