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RUSH Theatre Company presents

RUSH: A Joyous Jamaican Journey

Discover how reggae music took the world by storm in this narrated musical telling the story of reggae and the Windrush Generation.

Date & Time
The Coro

Standard: £12-27
Student / Under 18 / Access: £10-25
Unwaged: £6

Prices inclusive of £1 booking fee

Coro Members save 10%
Coro Members don’t pay booking fees

Additional details

Members on-sale: Tue 28 Feb 10am
Public on-sale: Thu 2 Mar 10am

Doors open at 6:45pm

There is a 20 minute interval

By booking you agree to our Conditions of Sale and Entry including our refund policy.

Get ready to enjoy the music of Desmond Dekker, Jimmy Cliff, Bob Marley, Millie Small and many more in this joyful evening of ska, rock steady, calypso, gospel, lovers rock, dancehall and reggae – all performed live by the JA Reggae Band and their outstanding vocalists.

The show explores the rich history of the island, the influence of the nation on the cultural landscape and the blending of cultures following the arrival of the SS Empire Windrush on the UK’s shores, interspersing the music with insights into the past through pictures, stories and film clips.

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  • 7.30pm - 10.15pm

Watch the trailer

Hear from the cast and creative team behind RUSH and learn more about this joy-filled show.

RUSH: A Joyous Jamaican playlist

Enjoy music from the critically acclaimed theatre touring show in a musical journey through Jamaican history, alongside personal favourites chosen by the members of Rush Theatre Company.

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