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Chris Turner - Observational Tragedy & The Haircut; or, The Barbershop Duet: Work in Progress archive'I saw a butterfly flying out to sea. It will get lost out there and die' - Iris Murdoch, The Sandcastle. Long-limbed award-winner tries to pin down the things that we should really let go. Live instrumentation, emotional manipulation, freestyle rap. Things are going to get sad. Going on holiday this year? Do anything nice at the weekend? How're the kids? Weathering an hour of tedious smalltalk, a visit to the hairdressers can be a conversational chore. From this point, two of the UK's finest improvisers abuse their psychic link for your amusement, unravelling and reweaving a whole host of memorable characters, imagined environments and poignant tales in a high-wire hour of unscripted comedy. Quirk-packed characters, quotable one-liners and sepia-tinged vignettes tumble out of this completely improvised exploration of everyday conversation. Slick, whip-smart, and with chemistry to burn, witness the never to be repeated wit and invention of this fearless duo.
Performers Chris Turner.

Chris Turner - Observational Tragedy & The Haircut; or, The Barbershop Duet: Work in Progress

Chris Turner - Observational Tragedy & The Haircut; or, The Barbershop Duet: Work in Progress (Comedy) production archive for QTIX code T457373130. Details of all Chris Turner - Observational Tragedy & The Haircut; or, The Barbershop Duet: Work in Progress archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S850460638

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