[Inconvenient Spoof]

Framed as a support group meeting for those who ‘think too much’, a self-confessed analysis junkie dramatically reconstructs a tortuous train of thought, en-route to a mid-life epiphany.  Encounters with ‘Non-Sense therapy’ seemingly cure him of his addiction, but lead to a crippling dependency on idiotic behaviour.  Provocative, intelligent and entertaining, the show wrestles with grand themes through  amusing and colourful means. 

 

Written and Directed by Matt Rudkin of Inconvenient Spoof - Devised and Performed in collaboration with Cat and Mouse Theatre. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Very, very funny.  Not just funny and inventive, but funny in a genuinely fresh new way, and funny with real ideas standing behind it” - Fringe Guru ★★★★ 
 
"..slapstick, poo jokes and philosophy... I may not have been enlightened, but I was thoroughly entertained  - Fringe Review ★★★★