Centre for Contemporary Storytelling

Turn and Face the Strange

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This show has been rescheduled from 2020 owing to our closure during the coronavirus outbreak.

Original dates: 28 Apr - 2 May 2020
#1 Rescheduled dates: 23 - 27 Mar 2021
The new dates are 14 - 18 Sep 2021, 7.30pm with a matinee on 18 Sep 2021 at 2pm.

Bookings have automatically been transferred to the same DAY and TIME as previously booked. If you originally purchased e-tickets you will receive new ones containing up to date information. If you selected to have your tickets posted or to collect them at the Box Office you can collect your new tickets when you arrive for the performance. Alternatively email boxoffice@hulltruck.co.uk and we can issue you with e-tickets.

If you cannot attend this new date, please contact the Box Office by emailing boxoffice@hulltruck.co.uk to discuss options. 

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By popular demand the sell-out multi-media show about Hull rock legend Mick Ronson is back with some new additions for 2021. Featuring a live rock band, a classical string quartet, film projection and storytelling ‘Turn and Face the Strange’ will take you on a moving joyous journey through the life and music of Mick Ronson.

The stellar line-up of talent includes rock musicians who played with Mick Ronson and David Bowie, with Keith ‘Ched’ Cheesman (The Rats) John Cambridge (The Rats & The Hype), John Bentley (Squeeze), alongside Kristian Eastwood, Bobby Joyce, Rachael Jarvis & Phil Keech. With a string quartet of classically trained musicians ‘Turn and Face the Strange’ tells the real story of the local lad who rocked the music world.

 Written by Garry Burnett and ‘Made in Hull’ writer Rupert Creed, the show features a vivid stage design by Ed Ullyart, powerful film content by Anna Bean, and stunning lighting by Jason Addison.

Turn and the Face the Strange is a masterpiece everyone needs to see” (Hull Live)

“A brilliant show” (Yorkshire Post)

"Truly inspirational" (Just Beverly)

"An electrifying experience - a stunning show" (Pocklington Press)

Running Time: 3hrs approx (inc interval/break)