Nic Green presents Cock and Bull

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Nic Green presents Cock and Bull at Royal Exchange Theatre, City Centre 16 — 18 March 2017 Tickets from £10.00 — Book now

Laura Bradshaw, Nic Green and Rosana Cade are Glasgow-based artists, originally conceiving Cock and Bull in response to the 2015 General Election. Exploring power, voice, agency and sustainability, three women convene to perform their own, alternative, party conference — and using oft-heard rhetoric they dismantle and redress dominant paradigms of politics and power in a demonstration of togetherness.

Nic Green presents Cock and Bull at Royal Exchange Theatre, City Centre 16 — 18 March 2017 Tickets from £10.00 Book now

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