Presented by The Edge in association with The Booth Centre
Manchester, Summer 1819. There’s a new landlord in The Dog and Duck on Mosley Street and the regulars are showing him the ropes.
Thursday 11th July | 7.30pm – [SOLD OUT]
riday 12th July | 3pm – [SOLD OUT]
Saturday 13th July – 3PM – ONLY A FEW TICKETS LEFT
Manchester, Summer 1819. There’s a new landlord in The Dog and Duck on Mosley Street and the regulars are showing him the ropes. There’s talk of a big meeting planned on St Peter’s Fields and there’s a rumour that the famous orator Hunt will be addressing the crowds… they say its going to change their lives forever… and what’s more, it promises to be a lovely sunny day.
The Edge in Chorlton have built up a huge and deserved reputation for working with people who are, for the want of a better phrase, on the ‘edge’ of society…
“This has given people the opportunity to develop and showcase their skills and talents. It is inspirational to watch”
Amanda Croome MBE, CEO of The Booth Centre
“The show was funny, clever and provocative throughout. The cheers and claps at the end were not just polite but well earned and infectious”
Live Art Alive (A Spanish Adventure, July 2017)
“Really moving, really really funny… really beautiful, finely acted, brilliantly written, and of course the music, as always, just genius from Simon Waters”
Julie Hesmondhalgh (They Can’t Take That Away From Me – July 2018)
RUNNING TIME: tbc
AGE RECOMMENDATION: 16+
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