Fri 24 March | Doors 7.45pm | £10
“If you plant a seed, and treat it like the dirt it’s surrounded by, it’ll grow ugly, like me…”
Carrying the weight of the world in his J.D sports bag, a working class lad trades his bag-head mates for a one-way ticket out of Salford… Following its sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival 2016, critically acclaimed Growing Pains returns to tour the UK. Combining quick-witted spoken word with original songs, Gill’s explosive drama takes us on a poetic journey against the backdrop of Ladbrokes, broke lads and shit dads.
Supported by popular local act, Rowland Crowland.
Commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre. Supported by Arts Council England.
'Tom has mastered the art of rhyme with delirious dexterity’
Incredibly accomplished… a breath of fresh air’
'Ambitious and vivid’
Venue: Malt Room | Seated
Age: Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult
Please note that the Brewery charges a £1.50 fee per booking for online and telephone transactions. All concessionary tickets are subject to availability.