What Goes On in Front of Closed Doors

What Goes On in Front of Closed Doors

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How do you get to the point of losing your home? And once you’re out there, where are you going to go? Emma Bentley (To She or Not to She) presents a show about how everyone is only a few steps from homelessness. Fresh from a critically-acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe.

  • Thu 19 Apr 7:30 PM £10.00
  • Fri 20 Apr 7:30 PM £10.00

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  • Thu 19 April 7:30 PM
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