We all want something to believe in. It’s 1987 and Frankie Vah gorges on love, radical politics, and skuzzy indie stardom. But can he keep it all down? Following the multi-award-winning What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, Luke Wright’s second verse play deals with love, loss, and belief, against a backdrop of skuzzy indie venues and 80s politics. Expect frenetic guitars, visceral verse, and a Morrissey-sized measure of heartache. Written and performed in deft verse by Fringe First & Stage Award for Acting Excellence winner, Luke Wright. ‘Pulsating, poetic storytelling’ The Guardian
Frankie VahVentnor ExchangeVentnor, Isle of Wight21/03/18
Frankie VahVentnor ExchangeVentnor, Isle of Wight21/03/18
Frankie VahNorwich Arts CentreNorwich28/03/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon17/04/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon18/04/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon19/04/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon20/04/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon24/04/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon25/04/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon26/04/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon27/04/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon28/04/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon01/05/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon02/05/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon03/05/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon04/05/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon05/05/18
Frankie VahSoho TheatreLondon05/05/18
Frankie Vah + second half of poemsAYAP Youth & Arts CentreFramlingham12/05/18
Frankie VahThe CarriageworksLeeds13/05/18
Frankie Vah + second half of poemsThe Old Fire StationCarlisle23/05/18
Frankie Vah + second half of poemsThe WithamBarnard Castle24/05/18
Frankie VahNew Wolsey StudioIpswich05/06/18
Down The Pub With Luke Wright
Luke Wright is a spit and sawdust wordsmith. He tells inventive and engaging stories, documenting 21st century British life with wit, humanity and panache. He’ll make you laugh, he’ll make you cry, he might even get a round in. Come and see one of Britain’s most engaging performers where he belongs, spinning a set of his best yarns down the boozer. “Wright’s full-throated revery is spell-binding.” The Daily Mirror "Ripe for discovery and mass adulation.”The Mail on Sunday “Pulsating poetic story-telling.” The Guardian “Visceral, poignant and riotously funny.” The Scotsman “Cool poems.” Patti Smith “He’s young, good-looking, and talented. Naturally I hate him.” John Cooper Clarke “Completely brilliant. I came out unable to speak like an idiot.” Mark Steel
Down The Pub With Luke WrightBurtson CrownDiss26/03/18
Other shows
One Night of FreedomConway HallLondon03/04/18
INK FestivalThe CutHalesworth08/04/18
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