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No One Deserves This More Than You

Graham Dickson

Tue 21st Feb - Sat 25th Feb
18:25,21:45,21:15 (
60 mins)
Comedy
As Seen on TV / Funny / Horror
Tickets from £13.00
Venue: Crypt,Network Theatre
Age Guidance: 12+
mild horror themes

A theatrical comedy meta horror multimedia experience – this show has all the adjectives and more! A desperate actor seeks a friend to be the ‘reader’ for their self tape. But as the tape rolls, and the Actor goes through his preening and insecure motions, another casting comes in. And then another… Soon, the actor descends into a Kafka-esque nightmare of swirling pages, where each new tape request from the unseen Agent suggests something sinister is also at play. What’s more, the Actor is haunted by terrifying visions that hint at secrets buried, or possibly just the fracturing of a delicate psyche with a rapidly diminishing sense of self who will go to extreme lengths to pursue success.
He’s going to need your help. Unless it’s already too late…

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Tue 21st Feb
6.25pm
Crypt
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The Vaults
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Wed 22nd Feb
6.25pm
Crypt
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The Vaults
Leake Street
Fri 24th Feb
9.45pm
Network Theatre
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Network Theatre
246A Lower Road
Sat 25th Feb
9.15pm
Network Theatre
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Network Theatre
246A Lower Road

Graham Dickson

Graham Dickson is an award-winning actor and writer. He starred in the comedy horror film All My Friends Hate Me and his TV credits include After Life (Netflix), Witchfinder (BBC), Funny Girl (Sky), PLS Like (BBC). He has written and performed two previous solo shows: The Narcissist and Timber. He is the founder of The Free Association, the leading improv comedy theatre and school in the UK, and a co-founder of the improvised West End smash-hit Austentatious.

Press & Reviews

Praise for previous work:


The Scotsman - 4 Stars - "A mind-bending theatrical experience"


The List - 4 stars - "Dickson's debut hour is rapier sharp"


The Skinny - 4 stars "dazzlingly clever... Dickson is a magnetic performer


Chortle - 4 stars


The Telegraph - "Dickson's solo debut is a mightily impressive piece of work, and brilliantly performed."  


The Telegraph 


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