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Expect audience interaction, poetic comedy, comedic poetry and one underclass amputee steering everything.

From the award-winning creator of Some People Have Too Many Legs comes a new show featuring the real voices of proper skint disabled people about the complicated weirdness of being human. Expect audience interaction, poetic comedy, comedic poetry and one underclass amputee steering everything.

Please note that this is still the same performance previously titled ‘Jumble Soul’. All tickets still valid.

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Please note that BSL is only available on Friday 27th Oct.

Post-show talk Fri 27 Oct. Chaired by Thick Richard
Thick Richard has been pedaling his potty-mouthed poems at festivals and clubs up and down the land since 1999. His cynical, lyrical, jet-black humour, intelligent wordplay, well-crafted verse, and occasionally acerbic, well-targeted comic attacks have earned him much respect from artists and audiences from Edinburgh to Glastonbury.

Support for acts including; Kate Tempest, The Fall, The Courteeners, Jerry Sadowitz, John Hegley, Arthur Smith, Frank Sidebottom Thick Richard was also presenter and writer of BBC 6 Music’s Beat of the Day and performed live on the channel for National Poetry Day 2015.

Commissioned and supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Arts Council England. Supported with funding from BlueSCI Wellbeing, Contact and Full Circle Arts. Produced by Big Feast.

Part of Flying Solo Festival 2017 – Contact’s annual festival celebrating radical solo performance.

  • Price
    £13 / £7 Concessions
  • Venue

    Space 1

  • Ages
    Over 15s.
  • Genre
Date Time
Friday 27 October
Accessible performance
8:30pm Sold out
Saturday 28 October 8:30pm Sold out