There’s nothing fun about Austerity, but we can try right?
A local playwright Mick Parkinson has written a four person black comedy about austerity and there will be four performances organised by Hit&Run Theatre around Sheffield, and you are all warmly welcomed to come join us and laugh in austerity’s face!
Please find below the performance dates and links to the Facebook event. A copy of the poster is also attached that you are free to circulate to people you feel might be interested.
SAT 3rd October, Old Junior School in Sharrow
FRI 9th October, Eten Bistro, City Centre
SAT 10th October, Union St, City Centre
SUN 11th October, Broomhall Centre, Broomhall
If you are on Facebook, please join and share the event freely. Tickets are mere peanuts, and the proceeds will be split between the performers and the venues that have opened their doors for the performance free of charge to support the wonderful work everyone is doing. You can also purchase advance tickets for the Sharrow performance from the Old Junior School Reception (£3) or from Mick Parkinson by contacting him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any questions about the play can also be directed to Mick, questions regarding access, please contact the venues directly.
Hope to see you all in early October!
Hit&Run Theatre on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hitandrunsheff