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When I received the invite to this event I wasn't really sure what to think. I hadn't been to an event like it before, however I'm willing to give anything a try, so agreed to attend.  
The event was hosted at the ARC Stockton, somewhere I hadn't attended before, and in honesty I didn't really know much about the place.  After this experience, I will definitely be returning to this venue. I brought my sister along to this event, as she had always asked if she could attend an event with me. It definitely got a thumbs up from her.
One thing that really intrigued me with this show was that the entry fee was actually a 'pay what you desire' event. This for me is a pretty daring thing to do, at the risk of making pretty much nothing. After seeing the show I can imagine that that isn't the case at all, however I loved that they had taken the risk. 
Made Up is all about friendship and the faces we show the world. It was created by renowned Birmingham theatre company Stan’s Cafe, who spent time in the North East meeting groups of women (and a few men) and talking to them about their relationships with make-up and how it affects their day-to-day lives.
The play takes place on a film set, where Kate, a young film star, is being made up. She is on the edge, acting in front of the camera and making up stories in her private life.
Sue is applying the make-up and attempting to cover up the cracks; she is older and possibly wiser but on the edge herself, with a host of unresolved issues and people to make up with. This time together is their one chance to make things right; they are made up to have found each other.
The play uses a sequence of dynamic live make-up applications as Sue transforms film-star Kate into each of the characters she takes on. Throughout the show the audience get to see clips from some of Kate’s movies.
At first I found the play a little confusing, but I found that to be my own fault as I don't think I paid enough attention to detail at times when I really should have. When it all finally started fitting into place, I found the show really interesting and I loved how it brought together the relationship between the two actresses.
After the show we got to meet the stars of the show, this was an amazing experience for me as every single member of the show was so down to earth and friendly. It was brilliant to be able to hear what brought them to the show and also their opinions on blogging and vlogging. And they showed a huge interest in us aswell which made a massive impact on me.
You guys have to check out this show if you get the chance, it's well worth a watch! 

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