John Osborne: You’re in a Bad Way

Part of the Literature Festival Running from
Last event: Sunday 10 November 2019 at 8pm
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Part of: Chester Literature Festival

A brand new by writer and theatre maker and Radio 4’s John Osborne is about two sisters, music and dementia.

You’re in a Bad Way is a funny, sad theatre show about family and the role music plays in our lives. Just because something is diagnosed doesn’t mean it’s the end.

John Osborne is a writer based in Norwich. In 2015 After Hours, the comedy series he created and co-wrote with Molly Naylor was broadcast on Sky 1, starring Jaime Winstone, Ardal O’Hanlon, BAFTA winner Georgina Campbell. His first theatre show John Peel’s Shed enjoyed a complete sell-out run at the Edinburgh fringe. He is a regular at festivals including Glastonbury, Bestival and Latitude, and his poetry has been performed in BBC 6Music, Radio 1, XFM and Radio 4.

Certificate:

Suitable for all

Duration

Approx 60 mins

Reviews

Magical and moving
Beautifully written, funny and poignant
I could have listened for hours
An absolute joy
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