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 Vah @ Lewes Labour Xmas PartySt Mary’s Social CentreLewes23/12/17
Frankie VahJersey Arts CentreSt Helier, Jersey21/01/18
Frankie VahStahl TheatreOundle25/01/18
Frankie VahTolmen CentreFalmouth27/01/18
Frankie VahThe North WallOxford01/02/18
Frankie VahFisher TheatreBungay02/02/18
Frankie VahUpstairs at the Weston Leicester01/03/18
Frankie VahThe EdgeManchester08/03/18
Frankie VahThe EdgeManchester09/03/18
Frankie VahChesterfield Labour ClubChesterfield10/03/18
Frankie VahThe Corn HallDiss16/03/18
Frankie VahVentnor ExchangeVentnor, Isle of Wight21/03/18
Frankie VahVentnor ExchangeVentnor, Isle of Wight21/03/18
Frankie VahNorwich Arts CentreNorwich28/03/18
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John Cooper Clarke TourO2 OxfordOxford17/02/18
John Cooper Clarke TourThe Roses TheatreTewkesbury21/02/18
John Cooper Clarke TourPontardawe Arts CentrePontardawe22/02/18
John Cooper Clarke TourCARDIGAN THEATR MWLDANCardigan23/02/18
John Cooper Clarke TourWyeside Arts Centre Bulith Wells24/02/18
Other shows
The Saffron Walden Poetry ClubKings ArmsSaffron Walden08/02/18
Verve Poetry Festival (with Ross Sutherland)WaterstonesBirmingham18/02/18
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