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Ruby Ticket Events

Get access to a variety of free arts and culture events every month through the Ruby Ticket Scheme!

Would you like the chance to attend and review film screenings, music festivals, gigs, theatre shows, book readings, exhibitions or expos for free? Then why not apply for some Ruby tickets and get involved in culture today.

How does it work?

  1. Every month Arts Emergency advertise tickets to events via the Young Community newsletter.
  2. Young Community members and mentors can apply for tickets for up to three events a month via the form below.
  3. We’ll let you know if your application has been successful within a week.
  4. If your application is successful we will pass on your contact details to the venue who will send you a confirmation email with the ticket and any access information.
  5. After the event, we'll also ask you to write a review and we may share it online.

Please contact us if you have any questions: community@arts-emergency.org

Ticket request form

Ruby Ticket Event Applications

October Tickets
2 pairs of tickets for Blak Whyte Gray @ HOME Manchester (MANCHESTER)

Fierce, bold and affecting, this galvanising hip-hop dance triple bill reflects themes of identity, oppression and transcendence in a performance of pure physical poetry. Performing a limited run at HOME Manchester.
https://homemcr.org/production/blak-whyte-gray-2/

Saturday 22 October | 7:30 pm


10 pairs of tickets for 
MW Turner with Lamin Fofana: Dark Waters @ Tate Liverpool (LIVERPOOL)

Take a fresh look at JMW Turner in new exhibition Dark Waters. For the first time, Turner’s work will be presented within an immersive sound environment created by artist and musician, Lamin Fofana. Although creating work centuries apart, both artists convey the power and politics of the ocean and explore its relationship to capitalism and colonialism. Turner’s paintings focus on the dangers of the waters around the British coast and Fofana’s sound work looks across the Atlantic.The exhibition features some of Turner’s most celebrated seascapes alongside his sketchbooks and works on paper. Lamin Fofana translates the writing of pioneering black authors into sound. Fofana’s work explores questions of movement, migration, alienation and belonging.
https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-liverpool/jmw-turner-with-lamin-fofana-dark-waters

Saturday 22 October | 1 pm


10 pairs of tickets for Motherhood @ Unity Theatre (LIVERPOOL)

Part of Homotopia Festival 2022 The humorous dance performance Woman Hood explores different female worlds in four parts. It shows extraordinary and idiosyncratic female personalities who possess different types of power, who are “different” or simply step out of line. What does it mean to be a woman today? How should a woman be? How does she want to be? Is vulnerability the new strength? What distinguishes a sisterhood, a supportive network of women?   Inspired by Sara Ahmed’s book “Feminist Living!”(2017), the performance in the microcosm stage starts the attempt to create a feminist foundation based on strong female figures in a society that is still dominated by patriarchy.
https://www.unitytheatreliverpool.co.uk/whats-on/woman-hood/

Tuesday 8th November | 7:30 pm
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The information collected in this form will be used solely for the purpose of organising opportunities for our young people. It will only be shared in the context of giving young people, mentors and guardians information relevant to any activities, visits or placements that are confirmed, and we will always involve you in that process.

If you have any issues using this form please contact us at tech@arts-emergency.org