In a world impoverished by the stink years, where water reservoirs have all dried up and only the privileged few can afford to pee; one man stands between the monopolies and their profits.


Written by Greg Kotis and Mark Hoffman, Urinetown started life in the New York Fringe Festival before being produced off-Broadway in September 2001. The show received its UK premiere in London’s St James’ Theatre in 2014 before transferring to the Apollo Theatre. The show parodies The Threepenny Opera, The Cradle Will Rock and Les Miserables as well as poking fun at the form of musicals as a genre.


This new production, performed by Bath Spa students in Drama, Music, Dance and Theatre Production is sure to have you laughing from start to finish; this is a story of love, revolution and everything that is written in a musical. It will leave you feeling flushed and practically bursting with excitement.


To pee, or not to pee – that is the question!


Thursday 2 – Saturday 4 March 2017, 7.30pm & Saturday matinee at 2pm
Michael Tippett Centre, Bath Spa University, Newton Park, Newton St Loe, Bath BA2 9BN

Tickets: £12 Full | £10 Concessions | £6 BSU Students

Bath Box Office: 01225 463362