24 June 2011 - 24 July 2011 / 22:30
The Pit

£42 including breakfast

*Remember that returned tickets may become available for sold-out performances

subject to availability
 sold out

For this sublime sleepover Duckie transforms the Pit into a tranquil communal bedroom for an audience of dreamers.

Lullaby is a gentle, slumber show designed to send you to sleep. Bring your pyjamas and toothbrush and pile up the zzz’s at this romantic rock-a-bye nocturne. Book a single, a double or a triple bed and sleep with us on a summer night in the city. Enjoy your reveries as sister songstresses H. Plewis, Harriet Plewis and domestic dreamers Matthew Robins and Tim Spooner create a nod-off narrative of soothing storytelling and choral cradle song.

Lullaby is a moonlit soporific serenade followed by seven hours of slow-wave sleep rounded-off by
breakfast to send you on your way.

Come to bed with Duckie.

'Duckie is one of British theatre’s greatest theatrical treasures.’
The Guardian

Guests are encouaged to arrive at 22.00 to check-in at The Pit foyer
Performance time: 22.30 until approx. 9.00

Age restriction 16+

Directed by Mark Whitelaw
Designed by Laura Hopkins
Produced by Duckie and the Barbican

Duckie is supported by Arts Council England

Beds dressed by Toast

World Premiere

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