A play on the nature of time, ageing, and death by the cult countercultural poet Heathcote Williams. In it, a skeptical TV reporter (Alison Mullin) interviews a 278 year old man - The Immortalist (Jack Moylett) - about the alternatives to death. He argues against passivity: “people foul up because they stay in the same place. They’ve traded utopia for reality. They’ve traded their instinct for politics."
Also featuring readings from Williams' topical new book American Porn, a study of U.S. politics after Donald Trump, performed by actor Alan Cox. Published on inauguration day by Thin Man Press, this is an inflammatory, chilling, and darkly hysterical book of poems in the tradition of 18th century political satire such as Swift and Pope. Ignore at your peril.
Join us for a drink on this immersive, relaxed, surreal, and electric evening. Before the show begins there will be a comfortable cafe atmosphere with music, snacks, and signed copies of American Porn.
Tickets are £10 for non-members, £5 of which redeemable against a copy of American Porn. Please click here to purchase. (Free for members).