This is a show for anyone who has ever wondered what it would be like to have a child of their own. How do you choose a name? How do you bring them up to be strong and confident? How do you hold on to a job when you constantly have Weetabix smeared all down your front?
An improvised comedy adventure with this 'master of audience interaction' (Huffington Post) as he raids the library of his fantastical imagination to create thrillers, romances, ghost stories and more original freewheeling tales that've never been told before and never will be again.
The stand-up poet, reluctant bear and attempted vegan, strips away labels of life, love, the arts and the LGBTQ+ community in this fast-paced, honest and hilarious debut. Under constant pressure from marketing people to decide whether he is a comic or poet, Dan navigates through the confusing world of definitions.
Throughout his short life, Fran Garrity has been in a lot of trouble. Add some tragedy, hardship, and disorder with a lot of humility and dignity. It packs an emotional punch, it’s thought-provoking and takes you where you don’t expect it. This is a story of Faith, Hope & Garrity.
Since leaving home in Birmingham, Rinkoo Barpaga has moved around England a lot, determined to find somewhere to settle. Along the way, he has encountered both racism and discrimination, and as a result he has been constantly asking himself the question, "where do I belong?" British born, Rinkoo discovered at the age of three that not only was he required to tick the box, 'ethnic minority,' but also the box, 'Deaf.'
Albert Smith invites you to help him select a pair of boxer shorts for Boris Johnson. Join Albert to talk about pants and uncover the answers to questions you might not have asked before: How do men shop and buy underwear? Have we become enslaved by fashion houses and advertising, coaxing us into buying underwear that loses our individuality? Y-fronts or boxers? What would Boris wear?