Money is as innocent as the gun – the show


‘Money’s grasp on society is made palpable … uses theological metaphors, comparisons with police states, and the simple question, “When did we decide what money’s worth?” to unravel capitalism’s seeming invincibility.’ (Poetry Monthly)

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‘The wit and playful use of language gives plenty of rewards for the attentive listener to sustain them through the relentless speculations that can overwhelm; but who isn’t a bit bemused by cash?

Nominated for ‘best spoken word show’ – Greater Manchester Fringe Festival (2014)

‘A collection of spoken word pieces that attempts to give the blindingly obvious a sense of incredulity;’

Yes profound AND mundane. Like money. Utterly superb.’
(Jonathan Harris – @jonone100)


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