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A comedy set in the teeming rubbish heap of student life. Join an eclectic bunch of creative housemates as they scrimp and thrift their way through university, encountering teems of hilarious scenes along the way. Have you ever wondered how much food is binned per year? 3.6 million tonnes - that's £9 BILLION down the drain! But don't fret yet - tonnes are also salvaged. Meet our intrepid team of freegans who are on a mission to avoid supermarkets at all cost, only eating for free! Raiding dustbins and foraging for mushrooms, they are happy to eat whatever comes their way. Hoarding together a load of old junk, they live in a clutter-shack of quirky collections comprising piles of percussion for their community trash-band, Jamnastic. Jumbling tunefully along, they are preparing for a newcomer to move in: Marie, a gourmet-loving girl from France. But will such a delicate palate cope with so many overpowering flavours and personalities? And what will the constantly worrying landlord, Neil, think when he drops in on a rubbish-rustled binning feast?Performers Craig Deuchar (Liam), AJ MacGillivrey (Craig), Joseph Alexander Stevenson (Little Tom), James Stirling Gillies (Curly), Henry Allan (Gabriel), Catherine Forrester (Inga), Sophie Wardlow (Vikki), Alysha Wood (Anna), Sophie Tergeist (Marie), Paddy Cooper (Neil/Nigel).
Author Tom Hunt. Company Little Berry. Director Timothy J Howe. Director Sophie Boyce (assistant). Design Faye Bradley. Lighting Paul Lewzey. Sound Paul Lewzey.
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