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15/06/2021 7:30 pm - 16/06/2021 8:30 pm

Rock Bottom

Rock Bottom

By Fresh Life Theatre

Shakespeare’s best loved clown, Bottom, is reimagined in Fresh Life Theatre’s new one-man show.

Bottom has spent his life pushing the people closest to him away, so it makes sense for him to perform a socially-distanced show. Combining the masterful wit and language of the Bard with fast-paced, sensitive new-writing, Charlie Day has created a production which has something for everyone. Bottom has been left to put a play on all by himself. Watch as he battles his demons, all in an effort to...make you like him.

Mental health is a very prominent issue in the world today, especially with everything people are going through. The show looks to open a discussion about mental health, especially men’s mental health, and hopefully make some men less reluctant to speak up.

So please, give Bottom the attention he needs!

Age suitability: 16 +

Content Warning: References to Mental Illness, Swearing, Triggering content.

 

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