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Tickets: £10.00 (Friends and students: £7.50)
2017-10-17 19:30

Production Company:Alfie James Productions

Presented in the Geoff Kisby Room at the top of the building.

“A black comedy about friendship, unemployment, mental health and a cow called Sandy”

Paul is trying to find a job. Snowy is trying to find himself. But when Snowy stumbles across a poorly looking cow stuck in a local field, he ropes Paul into trying to help the cow, either to improve its lot or put it out of its misery.
What follows is a hilarious procession of failed suffocation's experiments with a saw and a trip to the train tracks in this funny and moving black comedy about friendship, unemployment and a cow called Sandy.
Brought to you by Alfie James Productions following their sell out success performance of Little Old Alf earlier in the year and staged using their simplistic approach. With Bradley Peake, Oscar Aleman and the voice of James Cartmell this promises to be a wonderful evening of theatre.
Directed by Alfie James.