About Punk Alley

It was such a brilliant show! I felt called to be active in society and politics in a way that never really happens!

Audience member

We LOVED Punk Alley; the words and sentiment! So joyful, vibrant and generally bloody great. Every child should see this show.

Audience member

Punk Alley is a loud, wild, and unapologetic joyride of live original punk music and high-energy dance. But don’t leave your adults at home – this is a punk show for everyone.

Enter the world of the Lazurr Tuts, a world-famous, guitar-wielding, foot-stomping punk band made up of misfits and outcasts. They’re in the business of making music and speaking out, and they want you to know that what you have to say is important. Dance, sing, shout, whisper, stomp, spin, sign and shake with the Lazurr Tuts on a journey of self-expression.

Audio description is available for this performance and it is fully BSL interpreted. Everyone is invited to participate in writing placards and playing music.


About Moxie Brawl

Moxie Brawl is a spicy inclusive dance theatre company who make work that your mum would love. Their award winning performances have been described as 'gloriously shambolic‘, 'wholly absorbing’, ‘endearingly witty’ and 'definitely the most fun you'll have at a dance show'. Moxie Brawl creates work for the outdoors, indoors and places where dance shouldn’t be and is led by artist Sarah Blanc and producer Michael Kitchin.


Cast and Creatives

Concept, Artistic Director and Performer: Sarah Blanc
Composer and Musical Director: Quiet Boy
Lyrics, story and punk music contributions: Brigitte Aphrodite
Performers: Amarnah Ufuoma Cleopatra, Kitty Fedorec, Laura Jones, Maria Rodriguez
BSL Interpreter: Emilie Sands (UK venues only)
ISL Interpreter: Shelley Gibson (Ireland venues only)
Producer: Michael Kitchin
Production Manager: Froud
Designer: Kat Heath
Co-Director: Anwar Russell
Rehearsal Director: Chris Owen
Sound Designer: Lewis Gibson
Tour Relighter: James Smellie
Additional Lighting: Emily Winsor
Magic Barometer Lighting: Froud
Sound Engineer and Touring Technician: Aidan Good
BSL Creative Mentor: Jacob Casselden
Access Support Worker: Neelam Saredia-Brayley
Access Assistant: Lottie Vallis
Design Manager: Lauren Bridle
Photography and Film: Rosie Powell
Photographer: Jenny Harper
Poster Design: Samuel Morrison
Past Performers: Laura Dajao, Annie Edwards, Lula Mebrahtu, Quiet Boy

Commissioned by Cambridge Junction, 2Faced Dance and Oxford Playhouse. Supported by Southbank Centre, Artsdepot, Squire Performing Arts Centre, Pavilion Dance South West and Tom Thumb Theatre. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.


This performance is BSL interpreted, has captioning for song lyrics, and will have audio description available. This is also a relaxed performance.

There will be a pre-show access orientation before every show, led by our Access Support Worker Neelam Saredia-Brayley. This is for anyone who may need more information before watching the show in order to be able to enjoy it. They will be able to experience the set, the costumes, hear the loudest parts of the music, see the brightest lights and if they need sit in their seat before everyone else. It happens an hour before every show for 30-45 minutes. It is a drop-in session and free of charge.

After the performance there will be post show support available from our Access Support Worker which can be accessed in the foyer area after the performance.

This is a relaxed performance, so you can get up, go to the loo, stim, make noise, whatever you need to do. The show will be 50 minutes long. There is no interval, but as it’s a relaxed performance, please feel free to get up, leave, and come back, whatever you need!