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Sent: 23 November 2016 14:05



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Friday 25th November
7.30pm, ?10

"A sharp, engaging take on the complicated questions that fuel and shape our thinking about work and labor" Exeunt

"Piss, ketchup, sex toys, flesh - Katy Baird's Workshy is both a study in abjection and a very honest autobiography of her own working life."
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This is a show about work.

Some people work to make money. Some people work to feel fulfilled. Some people don't work at all. For the last two decades, Katy has been at the frontline of the customer service industry. From getting you high to supersizing your whopper meal she has done everything she can to make you happy.

She isn't sure if she has much left to give but, for this show (like the true professional she is), she will put herself out there one more time to give you everything you want.

Join Katy for a very personal story of the ups and downs of what it means to serve you - the great British Public.

Age rating - 18+

Features nudity and scenes of a sexual nature.


Saturday 26th November
7:30pm, ?8

The Old Grey Dogs are Joe on banjo and vocals, Bob on guitar and vocals and Barry on mandolin and fiddle. For a mixture of Newgrass, Bluegrass and Americana music you will be hard pressed to find anyone much better.


Sunday 27th November
RUSH (Rehearsed Reading)
4:30pm, FREE (please RSVP)

A rehearsed reading of RUSH by Willi Richards, including pre-drinks and post-show discussion. The reading itself will take about 90 minutes including a short interval. 

RUSH focuses on the relationships between Boy, 20, Lad, 30, and Man, 50.  It is a queer play, but not for an only queer audience.

On Genre - this play is certainly not a Tragedy. It might be a Comedy of Modern Sexual Manners. Sometimes it is polemical, sometimes dialectic. Frankly, it is not clear what it is. Call it what you like. It might make you laugh. It could make you cry. It hopefully offers you something to reflect upon. It oughtn't depress you.




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