Preview: Suicide Notes… the spoken word of Christopher Brett Bailey
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2-4 May | 8pm | £12.50
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Enter promo code 20NOTES for a 20% discount when you book tickets for Suicide Notes…
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Following the success of his award-winning “cult hit” THIS IS HOW WE DIE, Christopher Brett Bailey returns with a new different-every-night, shouting and reading show Suicide Notes… the spoken word of Christopher Brett Bailey.
To coincide with Oberon Books releasing a collection of Bailey’s short works, he brings that text to the stage; promising a linguistic kaleidoscope of caustic cartoons, crackpot prophesies and demented erotica. From verbal diarrhea and dirty jokes, to venomous poetry and nightmarish tall tales, Bailey will perform different sections of the book each night, creating a unique experience for performance goers.
When asked why no two nights on the tour will have the same set-list, Bailey said:
A better question might be why have all my previous works slavishly strived to repeat last night when no two moments on this crappy planet are ever the same!
[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Audiences will be met with a potty-mouthed poet, a reverend with a forked tongue, and a standup comedian from hell, delivering a symphony of verbal adrenaline and twisted humour, in the form of stories and poems.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
Offer T&Cs: Enter promo code 20NOTES when booking tickets for a 20% discount. This is offered on a first come, first served basis and Shoreditch Town Hall reserves the right to end the promotion at any time.
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