The 900 Club

Spoken Word (theatre, lgbt)

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Description

Four friends reunite after five years to commemorate the death of their friend, which broke them apart. They catch up, reminisce and try to cover their tracks as secrets are dug up from the past. Follow them in real time as they board the 900 Megabus to Edinburgh, where there's no escaping old memories – hilarious, heartbreaking or otherwise. This spoken word theatre show presented by Ross McFarlane, Bibi June, Ellen Renton and Shannon O'Neill takes the long view on grief and guilt, and questions how we deal with mental illness and our memories of the dead.

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