Tabby Lamb presents…
I don’t want to be the face of a generation or defend who I am to a million different people, I just wanna finish school, go to college, go to uni and be… y’know?
The West End’s got nothing on The Lower Thorpe Players, a troupe itching to make their small village a theatrical metropolis, but the high-speed train line’s looming and will go directly through the heart of their community. Protests are failing. It’s up to them to accelerate their plans to celebrate their rural idyll. Can the show go on?
Tabby Lamb’s follow up to the critically acclaimed Since U Been Gone explores rural isolation, intergenerational queerness and showtunes in this heartwarming play about the place we call home.
Note: This is a staged reading of a work in progress, rather than a full theatre production.
Warnings: Contains swearing and a very brief suggestion of self euthanasia.
The Unity Theatre has full level accessible via lifts. Wheelchair + companion tickets are available.
This performance will be captioned.
For more information about venue access call the Unity Box Office on 0151 709 4988 from 12 noon until 5pm Tuesday – Friday or email email@example.com.Book Now £6
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