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Ex-Batts and Broilers

Ex-Batts and Broilers

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Two delightful chickens, Gail and Gemma, take you on an egg-citing and cut-throat journey through friendship and chickenhood. Watch them compete for your affections, and vote for your favourite to visit pastures new. A high energy moving story of female friendship and industrial meat farming, told through dark comedy, clown, physical storytelling and live music.

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

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A Haste Theatre production

Age guideline 12+

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