Cardboard Citizens, Alphabetti Theatre and Theatre503 present
Ace is 22, trans, queer and sofa surfing – currently – just for now – only at the moment!
They’ve actually just sorted out sofa number 13.
To keep a sofa requires you to act small, smiling, and polite. But no one is perfect and eventually everyone messes up – which would be a lot easier for Ace if they weren’t also unexpectedly growing fluffy ears, and a tiny tail!
It turns out people pleasing has a price and there’s only one place left for Ace to go…
A celebration of queer community, full of heart, youth and pan pipes.
Cardboard Citizens creates theatre with, for and about citizens with lived experience of poverty, inequity and homelessness. We use theatre, art and training to empower individuals to make change in their own lives, and in their communities.
Running time: 80 mins (no interval)
Age guidance: 16+
Please note, haze is used throughout this performance.
Tuesday 25 April 7.30pm CAPTIONED: We’re offering captioning to mobile phones via the Difference Engine app, from Talking Birds. Download the free app from the App Store or Google Play, or find more info via the Difference Engine website.
Vinnie (they/them) is a London based writer and performer who makes work full of heart with a sprinkle of the surreal.
Their writing work includes the solo show She’s a Good Boy and their family show Charmane, both of which toured nationally.
Their acting credits include: The Nevers (HBO/Warner Media), The Misfortune of the English (Orange Tree Theatre), The Living Newspaper (Royal Court) Cuckoo (Soho Theatre) and Power Out (BBC).
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