ME AND MR C – Gary Kitching & Co and Ovalhouse in association with Greyscale

When:
22nd November 2015 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
2015-11-22T17:00:00+00:00
2015-11-22T18:00:00+00:00

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performed by Gary Kitching, directed by Alex Swift
He sits inside your head and watches
He sees all you see, knows all you know, hears all you hear and sometimes, if you are very unlucky, he tells you what he thinks of it all.

Gary Kitching is an improviser, actor and comedian and Me and Mr. C is his funny touching, disturbing rendering of what it is like to have a voice in your head that explains to you with authority, purpose and well referenced arguments, that you are a worthless piece of shit. An experience you may be able to sympathise with.

Produced by Gary Kitching & Co and Ovalhouse in association with Greyscale

There is a very limited capacity so to reserve a ticket please email boxoffice@slunglow.org with the number of tickets you wish to reserve and a contact telephone number.

Tickets will be “Pay What You Decide” which means you will pay the company AFTER the show.

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