Leaf
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Mark is a chemical engineer. He loves chess. He lives with his mum. A teaching assistant has had it up to here with her own conscience. A caretaker grows tired of childrens' vomit. Leaf is quite possibly the theatrical spawn of Monty Python and the Mighty Boosh. In a story constantly being interrupted by irrelevant sketches: French disco, two strangers on the moors of Berlin and a very sad potato... will Mark make any friends at all? Prepare to laugh out loud... or cry... or just cough in all the quiet bits. All three if you're really feeling wild!

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