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‘Low Pay? Don’t Pay!’ – the tour continues…

Bruiser Theatre’s ‘Low Pay? Don’t Pay!’ continues to delight audiences. After performances in the Belfast Waterfront, Wigtown Book Festival (Dumfries), Derry, Coleraine, Armagh and Enniskillen, this week the production will visit venues in Cork, Newbridge, Strabane, Omagh and Newcastle. Full details can be found on Bruiser’s website.

It certainly has been a hectic but enjoyable experience for Chris. He has thoroughly enjoyed working with the cast and crew at Bruiser, and to say he’s a ‘shadow of his former self’ is no understatement, as anyone who has seen him lately will attest!

Reviews have been posted on Culture Northern Ireland and the Irish Theatre Magazine. If you haven’t had the chance to catch the show yet, there’s still time – but don’t hesitate: book your tickets today!

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Production shots from ‘Low Pay? Don’t Pay!’

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Here’s something to whet your appetite for the opening of Bruiser’s ‘Low Pay? Don’t Pay’ next week – some production and rehearsal shots. I’m sure you’ll agree that they look fantastic and that the audience will be in for a treat!

It all kicks off in the Belfast Waterfront on 24 September, and you can buy tickets from their website. If you can’t make it to the Waterfront, check out the rest of the tour dates on Bruiser’s website.

You can also read an article with Bruiser’s Artistic Director, Lisa May, talking about the production, the rehearsals and all the preparation on Culture Northern Ireland.

Rehearsals begin for ‘Low Pay? No Pay!’

Chris has just started rehearsals for his first job with Belfast’s Bruiser Theatre Company, ‘Low Pay? Don’t Pay!’ This will be the Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Scotland Premiere of the Dario Fo play.

Directed by Lisa May, the cast includes Richard Doubleday, Emma Little, Rachel Murray and Andrew Thompson. Opening at the Belfast Waterfront on 24 September, the show will tour throughout Ireland and take a trip to Scotland for Bruiser’s second visit to the Wigtown Book Festival and the Swallow Theatre.

More information can be found on the company’s website.