Jemima Foxtrot: Kiss Me, Help! I Hate You

An evening of love, laughter, community and boozing!

Three women at different stages of their lives. They’re in the same pub on the same night. What are they thinking? Kiss Me, Help! I Hate You tells three women’s stories using audience interaction, poetry, story-telling and song. The show celebrates women and drinking and live performance. It is a funny and raucous show, specially made to fit snuggly in your local.

Jemima Foxtrot is a writer and theatre-maker who has written and toured three critically acclaimed solo shows as well as writing commissions for the BBC, Channel 4 and The Tate.

Byron Vincent: Instagramming the Apocalypse

Fake news, climate change (and it’s denial), that bloke from Home Alone Two in the White house, celebrities dropping like MySpace shares, trout pouting narcissists, unexpected items in the bagging area, the threat of thermonuclear war, fidget spinners.

In this witty, lyrical and unique spoken word comedy show Byron Vincent turns a satirical eye to both his personal and our collective existential crises.

James Rowland: A Hundred Different Words For Love

Three years ago, James met the love of his life. A year ago, they broke up. This is James’s story of falling in love and landing broken hearted. It’s also about him being Best Man of Honour at Sarah and Emma’s wedding. And it’s the story of a quest: to find the right words to make sense of love.

A hilarious, heart-lifting story of romance, despair, and above all, friendship – from one of the UK’s most acclaimed storytellers.

‘Stunning… storytelling at its finest: beautiful, simple, funny, and utterly engaging’ Reviews Hub *****

‘Bittersweet… beautifully written… He knows how to work an audience, how to make each pause count, each line fly’ The Stage ****

‘A master storyteller – with wit and charm in abundance… a touching and excellently funny story’ WhatsOnStage ****