Sat 28 Oct | 8.00pm | £13.50 | £11.50 |
A man drifting through life, in 1920’s Paris, scraping by in dead end jobs and generally soaking up the rich underbelly of Parisian life, finds himself falling helplessly short and discovering a very different view of life, looking up from below. With a keen understanding of social inequality and a wry sense of humour, he vividly recounts his experiences while down and out. This powerful performance from Phelim Drew brings George Orwell’s classic to the stage with humour, empathy and wit.
Contains adult content and is recommended for age 16+.
This event takes place in our StudioTheatre with an unreserved, tiered seating layout.