What do you do when you have a best mate who is so sad he might die? Especially considering up until now your friendship has mostly consisted of a mutual appreciation of 90s hip hop, borderline alcoholism and finding creative ways to call each other dickhead.
Byron is a bipolar performance artist, Dave only communicates in insults. Together they must find a way to fix Byron's broken soul before it's too late. Funny, tragic and shockingly honest, this is a true story of hopelessness and friendship told by two men on a desperate quest for happiness.
Byron Vincent is writer, performer, journalist and broadcaster. He has written and presented several documentaries including Hell Is Other People, How To Turn Your Life Around and The Glasgow Boys for BBC Radio Four. He has written for The RSC, the BBC, BAC and several other acronyms.
Post-show Curry and Chaat
Join Byron Vincent on Wednesday 16 May for Curry and Chaat, an opportunity to share your views around mental health. This informal chat over free food is for people that understand or want to understand the issues we face around mental health. Book your free place here.
Please note, door sales will be cash only.
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