Itinerary of an EU Migrant Worker – A Bittersweet Anglo-French Musical Comedy

Cabaret and Variety (comedy, cabaret)

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Description

French-born Marianne has spent most of her adult life in the UK. But then Brexit happened, and now she's being called a 'migrant worker'. To get over herself, she tells her story to anyone who'll listen using all the clichés at her disposal, only interrupting her narration to sing songs in her native language in a futile attempt to break cultural boundaries. This is a bittersweet comedy with music that mocks stereotypes and supports the idea that we're all brothers (well, not really...).

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Michael Dronfield 91 days ago

A satirical and ironic account of the effect of Brexit on a French woman who has lived and worked and made her life in England. Includes evocative French songs beautifully sung and supported by a double bass and key board. We enjoyed it very much.


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