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DEAD END

 

 

Sue and Carol's job is to dig.

 

It's not that exciting. And it's certainly not very glamourous.  You kick the bucket, they dig a hole, and before you know it, you're pushing up the roses.

 

But what are dead people doing kicking buckets?

 

Do they kick it with the same foot that is in the grave?

 

Are they wearing the clogs they pop?  And how do you pop a clog?

 

And is the bucket just full of the dust they bite?  Or are there roses in that bucket?

 

 

Oh, and are you only pushing up the daisies if you're too poor for roses?

 

 

 

Following the success of Sue and Carol's appearance in TREADING WATER, DEAD END is a sharp and funny play that explores life, death, love and racist badgers.

By Kathryn Gardner

Death's pretty funny when you think about it.

 

Not funny ha ha you understand.

 

Funny weird. Mostly.

 

Maybe it's the start. Maybe it's the end. Or maybe Jon Bon Jovi was right and you really do just sleep when you're dead.

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VAULT Festival

6th - 10th March 2019

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