Dylan Frankland, Rosa Day-Jones, Tobias Grace and Katherine Lea present:
A PINT SIZED CONVERSATION
Continuing our tour at:
The Pig and Whistle, 18th May, 7:30pm.
We are using a PAY WHAT YOU DECIDE scheme, meaning that you can reserve a ticket before the performance without having to pay for a ticket beforehand. Then on exiting the show, you have the opportunity to make a donation of what you decide you want to, or can afford to pay, based on your overall enjoyment of the performance. Please be aware we will only be able to accept cash donations.
“This summer, she comes to my door and tells me she’s been diagnosed with depression and I think to myself –
not this again”My friend.My cousin.My sister.My step dad.So, we know what you’re thinking.It’s going to get real sad and serious from now on.And you’re not wrong, there is going to be stuff in here that is sad.And serious.But don’t worry. We’ve got pork scratchings.A piece about mental health and offering support.About not getting it right all of the time.But trying.
'an affable lot... you could well find yourself buying them a drink' The PRSD
TOURING 2018 (See schedule below)
Driftwood Spars Pub, St Agnes, Cornwall. 20th and 21st April.
University of Gloucestershire. 26th April.
The Frog and Fiddle Pub, Cheltenham. 17th May.
The Pig and Whistle, Melksham. 18th May. 7:30pm.
Juju's Bar and Stage, London. 24th May.
Into Bodmin, Cornwall. 7th and 9th June.
This tour is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
**** Razz Mag
'Powerful and enlightening' Rethink Mental Illness'Angry but uplifting; powerless but empowering, sad, but ultimately upbeat; defiant'The PRSD
'Curtains are pulled open and walls dissolved as we’re invited... to share in a very real experience. Nothing is filtered out, even the stuff that’s hard to talk about. Every one of the ensemble articulates themselves wonderfully''Honest and engaging'Exeunt'The small ensemble work beautifully together... The writing is compelling and assured, with many poetic moments, very clever observations... and perceptive humour' The Peg