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5 Feb - 1 March 2010

 

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When

Wed 17 Feb, 8.00PM - BOOK
Thu 18 Feb, 8.00PM - BOOK
Fri 19 Feb, 8.00PM - BOOK
Sat 20 Feb, 2.00PM - BOOK
Sat 20 Feb, 8.00PM - BOOK
Sun 21 Feb, 8.00PM - BOOK
Tue 23 Feb, 8.00PM - BOOK
Wed 24 Feb, 8.00PM - BOOK
Thu 25 Feb, 8.00PM - BOOK
Fri 26 Feb, 8.00PM - BOOK
Sat 27 Feb, 2.00PM - BOOK
Sat 27 Feb, 8.00PM - BOOK
Sun 28 Feb, 8.00PM - BOOK

 

Note: Latecomers cannot be admitted
1hr 30min no interval

 

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Price

Standard $42.50
Friends $37
Includes BOCS booking fee

 

Local Reviews

Kitson's memories are made of bliss West Australian

 

Links
Daniel Kitson's Website
Twitter loves Daniel Kitson





66A CHURCH ROAD - A LAMENT MADE OF MEMORIES AND KEPT IN SUITCASES

WRITTEN AND PERFORMED BY DANIEL KITSON

Last September I had to move out of my flat after living there for almost six years. I didn’t want to. I lived alone. I am single. 66a Church Road was the longest relationship of my life. This is a break up show. For my flat. DANIEL KITSON, LONDON MAY 2008

One of England's leading stand-ups and finest raconteurs, Daniel Kitson takes us on a journey from love at first sight to anguished separation.

Astonishing images of crumbling beauty and battered grandeur will emerge from time beaten suitcases, telling a funny, sad and truly nostalgic story of a forsaken flat, a broken heart and the ache for home.




Poetry shot through with laughter and pathos, a heartfelt reflection on what we mean by home. ★★★★ THE TIMES  MORE >



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