Washing Up on Tour

I haven’t written a blog post for a while, too busy organising a tour, which is something I have never done before. Full details are here:

and here is a link to our final performance in Brighton


Alongside the show we are running a series of workshops in Manchester, London and Brighton to engage new audiences and ask them about their washing up habits. We are a bit fixated on teatowels at the moment. How many do you have? What do you do with them? What significance do we have? We hope in include what we find out in our show and through our partnership work with Pavilions, Brighton’s Drug and Alcohol Service Provider, we will be hoping to encourage people with experience of homelessness and addiction recovery to join the regular cast on stage for our final show in Brighton at The Spire on April 3rd @ 7.30pm. The performance is free and we ask people to pay what they think its worth or can afford.


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