Smack That (A Conversation)

April 2019
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17|25 Young Company April to July 17|25 Young Company April to July & Brawn
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Smack That (A Conversation)
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Oxford Gospel Choir
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A Noisy Holiday
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Hey Diddle Diddle
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Ian McKellen On Stage
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Beverly is having a party and you are one of her guests. Each member of this all-female cast fearlessly takes on the persona of Beverly to convey real experiences.

The unusual setting creates a safe space for them to reveal the turbulence and challenges they have faced and celebrate their endurance with the audience. Expect games, dancing, humour and a very raw and honest account of domestic abuse.

Duration: 1 hour 20mins with no interval

  • Thu 25 Apr 7:30 PM £10.00

Book Tickets

  • Thu 25 April 7:30 PM

Age guideline 18+

 

  • Bold, inventive and discomforting, this is a work of urgent importance.
       
    Stage
  • Party games to change the world
       
    Guardian
  • treats its subject matter with huge sensitivity and honesty.
       
    DanceTabs
  • raw, eloquent with a final note of hope.
       
    The Observer

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