by URock Ensemble

1pm + 2.30pm - Sun 22 April - TICKETS AVAILABLE

The Undercroft Theatre, Serpentine Green Shopping Centre, Hampton, PE7 8BE

Tickets £6 (£5 concessions for under 25's) 

ONLY 20 TICKETS PER PERFORMANCE. Pre- booking reccommended. 

Telephone sales*: 01473 211498 10am-2pm, Mon-Fri. (*service provided by Eastern Angles TC)

We are more connected than ever. Anyone can reach anyone else at a click of a button; start a relationship, ruin a friendship, start a revolution, take down the establishment. The power the internet can provide and the weapon it can become is only now being tested to it's full extent.

Anonymous is an immersive ride through the real stories from the online world and its advantages and disadvantages to the next generations.

Performed by UROCK Ensemble, an 18+ theatre group based in Peterborough and part of UROCK Theatre Company.

Directed by Tom Fox.

NB. Only 20 tickets per performance. Pre-booking recommended.

Age recommendation: 14+ (performance contains some strong language)

Running time: 45 mins


Please note - contains strong language


URock Theatre Company delivers arts projects to schools, communities and businesses around  the region, supporting & initiating the young people’s cultural offer. 

The youth theatre is an innovative and experimental company, drawing young people from across Peterborough. A youth theatre with artistic ambition, it has created a supported environment for a young person to move between the stages of school and higher education and beyond. Young people who work with UROCK are committed to a high standard of quality and that has contributed to the high level of success

Tom Fox (Director) is a theatre practitioner and director from Peterborough. His work crosses disciplines such as improvisation, movement and music. He is Artistic Director of Lamphouse Theatre Company, a new vibrant fringe theatre company, and Young Company Practitioner at Royal and Derngate Theatres, Northampton. Directing credits include Generation Zero (Theatre 503/Edinburgh Fringe); Remote and Ailie and the Alien (Royal National Theatre); Who Gives A Toss? and The Pet Shop (rehearsed reading; Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh); Priestgate Vaults (permanent installation), Treasure Island; Smoke and Mirrors Detective [Insert Name] and Peterborough: Theatre Uncut (Lamphouse Theatre Company); Somewhere in England, River Lane and Dark Earth (Assistant Director; Eastern Angles); Crap Dad (UROCK Company); Twelfth Night and Merchant of Venice (Mask Theatre); This is Peterborough, Mr and Mrs Musical (Key Theatre); Sleeping Beauty (The Garage, Norwich). Tom runs workshops in various schools and theatres across the country and is an associate at UROCK Creative.