University Centre Weston groups to perform at Theatre Shop

PUBLISHED: 21:00 07 September 2018

Snatch Theatre in Fighting Talk. Picture: Adam Leppard

Snatch Theatre in Fighting Talk. Picture: Adam Leppard

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A pair of theatre companies whose students graduated from University Centre Weston will perform next week.

The groups will be at Theatre Shop in Queens Square, Clevedon, on September 13.

Snatch Theatre will kick off the double header with Fighting Talk, a comedy show delving into all aspects of feminism and the reputation feminists have gained.

It will question how the conversation about feminism has got so muddled.

This will be followed by Looking For Baby Daddy, created and performed by Atomic Rhubarb.

The performance follows Barbara, a soon-to-be mother who doesn’t know who the baby’s father is.

She meets a plethora of people keen to help – or hinder – her search, but Barbara becomes more and more confused about the answer.

The performances will start at 7.30pm.

Guests can pay what they like for tickets which can be booked in advance online.

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