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.

Inspired by practitioners such as Berkoff and Kneehigh, Sitting on Offence is a thrilling, funny and controversial multi role play with explosions of truth and comedy – exploring whether political correctness is as offensive as its brutally honest nemesis, freedom of speech.

“It was lovely to see something so vibrant and thought provoking … all packaged in a new, fresh way.”

“One of the most unusual performances I’ve ever seen. Really enjoyed it. Very funny”– Northern Star Agency

Loose Lips Theatre Company continue their tour of with their first professional venture. Co-written by Karolyn Szejner and Sarah Turnbull, the play uses physical theatre, puppetry and song.

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Last session: Sat 26 Nov 2011 at 8:00 PM - This event has now passed
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