Why Other People P!ss You Off
  • Brighton Fringe

* * * * * SUPPORTED BY THE 2022 ENCORE INSURE BRIGHTON FRINGE BURSARY! * * * * *Mirror, semen, manoeuvre. HAM THEATRE present their brand new one act play - a fast paced, rather dark comedy with rather clever bits of physical theatre, music and singing, set around a group of strangers hoping to #avoidthepoints at a Speed Awareness course. Evangelical disciples from The Church of Right of Way (HIGHWAY-LUJAH!) appear alongside drivers you've probably fingered :0 to create funny & provoking theatre. The Hammers guarantee (ish) that in 1 hour, you'll laugh, cry, and learn some of the Highway Code you thought you knew already. Belt up and take a fully leaded look at how psychology affects performance behind the wheel, and witness the breaking of some rather personal, as well as legal limits. HAM THEATRE have previously performed sell-out shows, winning multiple Brighton & Hove Arts Council Drama Awards, we're proud winners of the 2022 Encore Insure Brighton Fringe Bursary Award, and also grateful to have received funding from the SPPAF.

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