After being presented with a prize of £100 for becoming Bury’s 1000th ASBO recipient, life starts going downhill for fifteen year old Calvin. His kid sister is about to have twins, his mam loses her job, Granny and Grandad lose their false teeth after an all night internet bingo session and to cap it all the whole family get evicted and end up living in the bus station!

It’s up to Calvin to save the day using his newly acquired skills gained on an NVQ course in inner city survival for the socially excluded.

First performed to sell out audiences at Manchester’s Library Theatre in 2006.

“It’s proper funny, proper double pure funny” Chelsea and Kelsea (aged 15)

“Asbo’s are no laughing matter” MR B Morissey Local Magistrate

Dates & Times

Last session: Thu 16 Apr 2009 at 7:30 PM - This event has now passed

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