Comedy |
20th May 2016

Fri 20 May | Doors 7:45pm for 8pm | £12 all tickets

On the back of her hit BBC Radio 4 comedy series of the same name, and following a critically acclaimed Edinburgh festival run, comedian Deborah Frances-White takes to the road sharing her compelling, hilarious and moving true life tales. 

Adopted as a new-born baby and raised as a Jehovah’s Witness, in late 2012 – having knocked on enough doors and moved half way across the planet – the now atheist stand-up comedian stumbled across some information about her birth-mother and went on a round-the-clock and round-the-world treasure hunt, drawn into her past like a magnet.

Gripping and compelling… hilarious and heartbreaking The Guardian

Gloriously talented! Time Out

Please Click Here to visit Deborah Frances White's website

Venue: Malt Room – reserved seating 
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.


20th May 2016

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