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Network Theatre
246a Lower Road, Waterloo, London, SE1 8SJ
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Cost £13.50-£14.50
**ONE OF NETWORK THEATRE SUBMISSIONS INTO 2018 VAULT FESTIVAL**

21st-25th February 2018 -
19:45 EVENINGS - SUNDAY 25TH EXTRA MATINEE 15:15

BY MICHAEL ROSS, DIRECTED BY JAMES MCKENDRICK
Adam is absolutely loving being Employment Minister, singer-songwriter Kirsty cries in the shower every morning before heading off to work at the Job Centre, struggling actress Willow must toil unpaid in a pound shop or lose her benefits, and banker Jane is disgusted by the sight of closed curtains as she leaves for Canary Wharf every morning.

Michael Ross’s biting satire delivers a piece very much for our times, reflecting on the dignity – and many indignities – of labour. It explores how some people are defined by their job, whilst for others it’s the main obstacle to becoming who they truly are. It is a funny, smart and ingenious examination of what work means in Twenty-First Century Britain.

A PRODUCTION IN ARRANGEMENT WITH NICK QUINN, THE AGENCY (LONDON) LTD
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