Drink Rum with Expats at HOME

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Drink Rum with Expats at HOME
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Sh!t Theatre Drink Rum with Expats at HOME Manchester, Manchester 26 — 28 September 2019 Tickets from £10.50 — Book now

Following the success of Women’s Hour, Letters to Windsor House and Dollywould, we’re thrilled that the multi-award-winning Sh!t Theatre return to HOME Manchester this autumn.
With a brilliant excuse to get drunk on stage, their new show is aptly entitled Drink Rum with Expats.

Celebrating their final year as Europeans, island-monkeys Becca and Louise got invited to the 2018 European Capital of Culture in Malta, having missed out on Hull last year. They went to drink rum with Brits abroad but found a lot more than they expected.

Lads on tour Sh!t Theatre want to talk about home, your home, what we are doing in your home, what you might be doing in our home and how cheap the beers are. From our small island in the sea to another small island in the sea, Sh!t Theatre found mystery and murder in the fight to be European.

The mightily entertaining Sh!t Theatre are back with what feels like a timely show. We’re sold.

Tickets flew out for Dollywould – so if you were left high and dry last time – we’d strongly advise getting those tickets booked soon.

 

 

Sh!t Theatre Drink Rum with Expats at HOME Manchester, Manchester 26 — 28 September 2019 Tickets from £10.50 Book now

Performances

Date
Time
Session Features
26 September 2019
7:00pm
27 September 2019
9:00pm
28 September 2019
7:00pm

Always double check opening hours with the venue before making a special visit.

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