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The Regulars Teatro Vivo

The Regulars Teatro Vivo

Have you ever thought about who might have sat here before you? Who propped up the bar a decade ago? Or who sat in front of the same fireplace 200 years back? And is their energy still causing havoc tonight? Teatro Vivo will travel with you through time to reveal the...

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Bernadette Russell: 366 Days of Kindness

Bernadette Russell: 366 Days of Kindness

On August 18th 2011, in response to the UK riots and after a chance encounter in a post office, Bernadette Russell embarked on a reckless mission to be kind to a stranger every single day for a year. This show, part stand up, part storytelling, charts this amazing...

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Alexander Rhodes: Wonderland

Alexander Rhodes: Wonderland

In the future, loneliness is our biggest enemy. In an ever-evolving world, there are people who fall through the cracks. Old people, teenagers, homeless, and rich. Social standing does not matter. Wonderland follows the lives of a small group of everyday people as...

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Molly Naylor: Stop Trying to be Fantastic

Molly Naylor: Stop Trying to be Fantastic

Are you living your best life? Nailing it? Smashing it? Crushing it…? No? Me neither.  ‘Stop Trying to be Fantastic’ is a story about suffering, and the lengths we go to to avoid it. It charts one human’s attempts to win at life via a range of adventurous mistakes....

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Jess Morgan: Pylon Club

Jess Morgan: Pylon Club

Meet Jess – the hardest working folk-singer-songwriter you’ve NEVER heard of. Jess lives in London, in a flat above a carwash, spending her days churning out demos, hustling for gigs just waiting for that call from Jools Holland. She’s young, single-minded and...

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Polis Louizou: Cats & Aphrodite: Tales From the Motherland

Polis Louizou: Cats & Aphrodite: Tales From the Motherland

‘Cats & Aphrodite: Tales From The Motherland’ is a funny, weird and sometimes casually terrifying collection of the stories that shaped Polis Loizou’s childhood in Cyprus. From the horrific tales his grandma liked to use as weapons to inspire good behaviour...

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Brigitte Aphrodite: Living Legends (And some Dead Ones Too)

Brigitte Aphrodite: Living Legends (And some Dead Ones Too)

A literary road-trip around the UK, celebrating Living Legends (And Dead Ones Too) through original poetry. From Lands End to John O’ Groats via David Bowie in Bromley, Poly Styrene in Hastings and Aphra Behn in Canterbury. Tracing its way across the UKs arteries – in...

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Dan Simpson: There’s No Signal In Here

Dan Simpson: There’s No Signal In Here

The pub: a haven from the outside. A place to get away from it all – to have a quiet one, or a few laughs with friends. Until technology came along and ruined both the peace and conviviality of the boozer. Now, the world invades this sacred space through the...

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