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Play, Wed 14 Jun 2017
This performance is recommended for ages 16 + (contains nudity)
Following on from the success of My Stories, Your Emails, Olivier Award-winning performance provocateur Ursula Martinez is back on her dirty soapbox.
In the current social-media obsessed climate of self-promotion, Martinez brings her unique style of positive self-deprecation, baring her soul (and possibly more), in an attempt to understand the absurdity of modern living.
A show that celebrates the inconsistencies and contradictions that make us human, whilst having a dig at some of the mess that is of our own making.
Directed by Mark Whitelaw
Co-commissioned by SouthBank and Fierce
|Wed 14 Jun 2017||19:30|
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|Wed 24 May||How To Survive A Post-Truth Apocalypse|
|Thu 25 May||Quire|
|Fri 26 May||Cut Hands + Possession + Trance + The Fez!|
|Sat 27 May||Sea Legs Puppet Theatre: the Musicians Of Bremen|
|Tue 30 May - Sat 3 Jun||32nd Colchester Real Ale & Cider Festival|
|Sun 4 Jun||Colchester Heritage Tour with Sir Bob Russell|
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