John Hegley: Peace, Love and Potatoes

14:30, 13 - 21 Aug

Keats, Daleks, soot, belief, osmosis and 'compassionate autobiographical poems and correspondence between family members' (Poetry London). Verses spoken and sung. Hearts broken and repaired. Devised for adults, but tolerable to some ten-year-olds (and 9-year-olds in glasses). 'Scandalously talented' (Sunday Times). 'Awesomely mundane' (Independent). Limited run – nine dates only – book early!

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