Bread & Circuses
Theatre | England

CANCELLED: Wot? No Fish!!

Unfortunately due to ill health, Danny Braverman of Bread & Circuses has had to cancel ‘Wot? No Fish!!’ as part of this year’s Baboró Festival programme.  Baboró regrets any inconvenience caused.

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Danny Braverman discovered the lost art of his Great Uncle Ab on 3,000 wage packets. Now the story is brought to life on stage in this captivating performance.

About the Show

Witness a master storyteller retell the most wonderful true story of his Great Uncle Ab and Great Aunt Celie bringing up their family in 20th Century London. For nearly fifty years, a shoemaker drew a doodle on his wage packet and gave it to his wife every week. These illustrations tell, with great wit, warmth and blistering honesty, the ups and downs of Ab and Celie's long life together. From falling in love to quarrels about fish balls, this captivating performance takes the audience on an emotional journey against the backdrop of a changing city.

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Winner of the Brian Way award for Playwriting 2013

‘This is a a show about love that has been made with love...Ab and Celie are long gone, but through Ab's drawings and Braverman's generous performance, they live on.’ Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

A collaboration between Danny Braverman and Nick Philippou. 
Written and performed by Danny Braverman, originally directed by Nick Philippou
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Company Background

Danny Braverman and Nick Philippou co-founded the original Bread and Circuses Theatre Company with five other theatre artists in 1983.  In its latest incarnation, with Danny as its Artistic Director, the Company not only produces Wot? No Fish!! but is developing new projects.  2016 saw a workshop production of Something Inside So Strong at the Arcola Theatre Londona new musical written by Danny and based on the songs of Labi Siffre.  

Danny is also a Lecturer in Theatre at Goldsmiths University of London, teaching and researching the areas of educational and community theatre that have absorbed him over a thirty-five year career.

CANCELLED: Wot? No Fish!!
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