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The Department of Smelling Pistakes
Mining its trademark vein of absurdist humour and taking inspiration from Gogol and Bulgakov, Publick Transport presents a new comedy set in a Russian governmental office where two civil servants jostle for power, one a puffed up bureaucrat in search of a job description, the other an unidentified inspector, the purpose of whose visit remains frighteningly vague. Reluctant to commit to specific thought for fear of showing ignorance of the party line - which changes hourly - they make idle conversation out of which is extrapolated the deepest meaning, while their attempts at political correctness only result in grammatical incorrectness.
Archive :: production:T01999201761, play:S0156646570, venue:V1384579886
Production details This event takes place at The Brewery
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