Pete the Temp Versus Climate Change
13:29 29 January 2013
Pete the Temp Versus Climate Change - in Barnstaple on Tuesday, February 5.
Politically-charged fun theatre with Pete the Temp and poet Jonny Fluffypunk in Barnstaple on Tuesday, February 5.
PETE the Temp Versus Climate Change is an inspiring, spoken word theatre production coming to studio @ QT in the Queen’s Theatre, Barnstaple on Tuesday (February 5).
The double bill of politically charged, irreverent and fun theatre includes stand-up poet, Jonny Fluffypunk and man on a mission, Pete (The Temp).
Pete tells the story of his quest to stop climate change, the temp jobs he’s had along the way and the sticky situations he’s got himself into, including bank sieges, oil orgies and arrest.
Described as ‘a professional show from a real activist’ by The Cockpit Theatre, Pete the Temp Versus Climate Change starts at 8pm. Tickets are £8 in advance - £5 for members, students and young people – or £10 at the door. For information or to book, call the box office on 01271 324242 or visit www.northdevontheatres.org.uk
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