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Good luck to Drunken Chorus supported artist Miranda Prag, who is at The Brewery Fringe tonight, with ‘This Is Just Who I Am’…


This Is Just Who I Am – The Brewery Fringe

23/02/2018 @ 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm – This is a show about identity, authenticity and the murky area in between. It’s about being yourself, and not having a clue what that even means. Using nothing but a microphone, a poorly put together soundtrack and a ludicrous outfit, it exposes the daily acts of …

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Saturday night 7pm at 'A Bit Of A Do' 🤩

INSTAGRAMMING THE APOCALYPSE by Byron Vincent

Who do you trust when the news is fake, you’re partner is cheating on you and global politics is an exploding clown car? Byron Vincent is diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, but with dying icons, impending climate catastrophe and that bloke from Home Alone Two in charge of worlds largest nuclear arsenal; isn’t abject panic the only sane response?

It’s a glib postmodern world in which cynicism is cool, modern life is rubbish and sincerity is for suckers; but as concepts like truth, peace and hope become risible anachronisms, maybe it’s time to re-evaluate our perspective. In a post-satire age, what’s so funny about peace love and understanding?

Byron Vincent is a multi-award winning writer, performer and broadcaster. He has written for the Guardian and Radio 4, and is a campaigner on issues around mental health and poverty.

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Saturday night 7pm at A Bit Of A Do 🤩

INSTAGRAMMING THE APOCALYPSE by Byron Vincent

Who do you trust when the news is fake, you’re partner is cheating on you and global politics is an exploding clown car? Byron Vincent is diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, but with dying icons, impending climate catastrophe and that bloke from Home Alone Two in charge of worlds largest nuclear arsenal; isn’t abject panic the only sane response?

It’s a glib postmodern world in which cynicism is cool, modern life is rubbish and sincerity is for suckers; but as concepts like truth, peace and hope become risible anachronisms, maybe it’s time to re-evaluate our perspective. In a post-satire age, what’s so funny about peace love and understanding?

Byron Vincent is a multi-award winning writer, performer and broadcaster. He has written for the Guardian and Radio 4, and is a campaigner on issues around mental health and poverty.

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Tickets are FREE but limited!! Book yours here http://www.drunkenchorus.co.uk/a-bit-of-a-do/
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