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Until Sat 27th Jul

Redundancy Club And Some Plays

@ CB2 Bistro, Cambridge

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Redundancy Club And Some Plays

Some Plays by Paul Richards:
Three short comedy plays in fifty minutes, beautifully tied together and both in the same setting – the kitchen of Paul's granny annex in a village 'somewhere off the A10 that confuses taxi drivers.' Paul; 31, gangly, never quite sure what to do with his hands, a bit rubbish at making CD compilations, isn't having the best of times...

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Redundancy Club:
Half play, half sketch show, this exhaustingly funny comedy finds recently redundant geek-girl Laura and failed percussionist Joe on a mission; to find success and happiness before their office leaving party that Friday evening. Will Laura avoid being a cat lady? Will Joe achieve pop stardom with his vocal/percussion folk protest song? Backed by an 80’s soundtrack and some terrible dancing.