You're in a Bad Way by John Osborne

Spoken Word (theatre, storytelling)

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Description

Writer, theatre-maker and creator of cult Edinburgh hit John Peel's Shed, John Osborne has a new storytelling show about music and dementia. When they find out their dad is ill, two sisters choose very different ways to deal with the news. John has made six half hour storytelling shows for BBC Radio 4, as well as writing the Sky 1 sitcom After Hours, directed by Craig Cash. Praise for John Peel's Shed: 'Beautifully written, funny and poignant' ***** (Scotsman).

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Howard Becke 120 days ago

I have recommended this show to everybody I spoke to at the Fringe. I recommend it to you ! A fabulous pool of quiet amongst all the madness. Please go he deserves your support. Thanks John.

Nick Oakley 121 days ago

I thought John's storytelling was fantastic. Didn't know what to expect at the start but was pleasantly surprised. We thoroughly enjoyed listening to his tale of his friend's Dad's dementia which was a mixture of sad, happy and uplifting. Recommended!


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