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Not Your Circus Dog & Access All Areas

“So, just what is it that you fuckers want? The cracks, the scars? We are sick of being your circus dogs. Everything you think we can’t do, we can."

Join the Not Your Circus Dog collective in an evening of shameless sexy punk crip cabaret. With luscious lip syncs, sweaty dances and verbatim stories, have your preconceptions rattled as we take you to the edge.

Welcome to our space. You are a guest, and we are not fucking sorry. 

“This is the first time I have seen a piece by artists with learning disabilities that was utterly queer and uncompromising. Like The Divine David at his most provocative… I haven’t been so affected by a performance for f**kin’ years.” Simon Casson, Producer, Duckie 

These four performers are some of the bravest, boldest, most candid and risk-taking on the contemporary London theatre scene.”  Natasha Sutton Williams, Disability Arts Online  

Supported by Arts Council England, The Hale and Access All Areas

About Not Your Circus Dog Collective

Not Your Circus Dog is a collective of learning disabled and neurodivergent performers who are unapologetic and perform shameless sexy, punk, crip cabaret. Learn more here


If you have any access needs you want to discuss with us, please call the box office Monday to Friday between 10 – 10pm on 0161 274 0600.

Alternatively, you can email the box office on, or get in touch via direct message on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram (@contactmcr on all three platforms).

Once you have been booked in a wheelchair seat once, you can book online from then onwards and do not have to call our box office team to facilitate your booking. Please do reach out if you have any questions about this process.


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  • Price
    £15 Full price | £10 Under 35 | £8 Concessions | 25% off with a Contact Membership
  • Venue

    Contact, Oxford Rd, Manchester, M15 6JA16

  • Ages
  • Running
    60 minutes
  • Genre
Date Time & Place
Thursday 29 September 7:30pm
Friday 30 September 7:30pm