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Universally Speaking archiveFive new monologues. Each monologue has been written by Ideas Tap prize winners and their works begin the I Clean For England anthology. Each one offers a dark, sometimes comic, take on the 21st century so far. The production has been created in collaboration with Mind: The Mental Health Charity.


Author(s): Robert Holtom (Fat), Marietta Kirkbride (Hole), Atar Hadari (Three Sides of a Fence), Don Grimme (The 7-11 Butterfly Effect), Conor Carroll (Universally Speaking)
CORONAVIRUS: All UK venues closed on 16th March 2020, restrictions were lifted on 19th July 2021. Please note that iUKTDb archive listings between March 2020 and July 2021 may not be accurate as we did not receive details of all rescheduled and cancelled shows.

Archive listings for Universally Speaking

Work type: Play.

Hole/The 7-11 Butterfly Effect/Fat/Three Sides of a Fence/Universally Speaking - T109023607

Hole - Josh is alone. The whole world is against him. Only Steve understands. Sit with Steve and listen as one man unburdens his woes. The 7-11 Butterfly Effect - A teacher in the distant future tells their young students about the dark days of the early 21st century, a time shrouded in myth. Fat - A lone woman sits in a Tesco's car park whilst contemplating her favourite foods, sexual predilections and a super sized coffin. Three Sides of a Fence - An old man, a young Arab and a Hassidic Jew all reveal their side of one painful, historic story. Universally Speaking - Watch as one man's grim reality is played out in three different ways. A dark take on celebrity and crime.Producer Robert Holtom. Producer Simon Jay. Performer Samantha Shaw. Performer Archie Backhouse. Performer Joanna Rose Barton. Performer Ken McCloone. Performer Pallas Jean Newark. Performer Thomas Simper.
13 Oct 15 to 17 Oct 15Bread and Roses, Inner London :: V1142
listing details L1395642465

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