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Thursday, November 3, 2011
The Met welcomes Loose Lips Theatre Company with Sitting on Offence running from 24 to the 26 November at 8pm.
In a world where the lines between political correctness and freedom of speech have become blurred, Sitting on Offence is an exciting look at whether the offence is merely in the ear of the listener.
Feelings are being hurt, people are living in fear, how can they contain the unwieldy beasts causing this torment? With words!!!!!! Drastic measures must be taken to protect the community, but how will straight talking PC Gomad cope? He needn\’t worry, he has his new expert assistant to guide him.
Inspired by practitioners such as Berkoff and Kneehigh, Sitting On Offence is a multi role play, encompassing explosions of truth and comedy. Exploring whether political correctness is as offensive as its brutally honest nemesis, freedom of speech, the show promises to be thrilling, funny and controversial.
Written by Karolyn Szejner & Sarah Turnbull Sitting On Offence debuted in Salford during the August Riots this year and The Dancehouse, Manchester as part of the Manchester Comedy Festival.
Loose Lips Theatre a new innovative Theatre company whose Manifesto is to be Loose Lipped about the subjects they feel need talking about…. whether you like it or not! Passionate about writing theatre for everyday local people, the Company are dedicated to creating, topical, innovative, observational and comedic pieces, exposing the world\’s flaws and its infinite possibilities.
Tickets are £10, £6 concessions. For more information or to book for this event please phone The Met on 0161 761 2216 or go online at www.themet.biz