Jack the Ripper: Mary Kelly (14th – 17th July 2021)
Blue Orange Arts presents –
Jack the Ripper: Mary Kelly
August 1888, London sees the first of five brutal murders, the callous cruelty of which sends shock waves far and wide and etches the name of the most infamous serial killer into the minds of the public from that day until this. His identity still remains a mystery baffling historians the world over.
This is the story of the final canonical victim, Mary Kelly, from her birth to her brutal and untimely death.
Naturalistic dialogue contrasts with fast-paced stylistic story telling and moments of brutal violence making this a telling not to be missed.
Running Time: 45 minutes (approximately)
Dates and time of show:
Wednesday 14th July at 9.00pm *Pay What You Can performance (see below for details)
Thursday 15th July at 9.00pm
Friday 16th July at 9.00pm
Saturday 17th July at 4.30pm and 9.00pm
The show is being presented as a double bill with Jane Eyre. You can purchase either show separately or both on an evening for a discounted price.
Standard ticket: £8.00
Concession ticket: £6.00
Purchase with – Jane Eyre
Standard ticket: £12.00
Concession ticket: £10.00
Part of Birmingham Fest 2020
Pay What You Can
Blue Orange Arts is committed to accessibility of our in-house productions and as such we offer a ‘pay what you can’ performance for all of our shows.
‘Pay what you can’ is designed to help people access the theatre who could not necessarily do so otherwise, it is not ‘pay what you want’ and we ask, if you are able to afford it, that you help the charity continue its work by paying full price (or more if you are really generous!)