THE DADDY BLUES

Masculinity meets artificial intelligence in jukebox sci-fi The Daddy Blues

Brave, funny and  a little bit disturbing this is a lab experiment with a dash of disco. Artist and mad-scientist Phoebe Marsh is setting out to build herself a new dad - a Franken Father of her very own - from scratch.

This project was made possible by support from Canterbury City Council and the National Lottery through  Arts Council England.

You can see the show during Brighton Fringe at The Marlborough Theatre on
Saturday 4 June 5:30PM
Sunday 5 June 5:30PM
£9.5/£8.5 concessions
Buy tickets: www.brownpapertickets.com / 0800 411 8881

Audience feedback on The Daddy Blues:

  • ‘The show was captivating with the mix of humour, visuals and the tug of the heartstrings’
  • ‘Great comedy- clever and personal’
  • ‘Brave and Bold’
  • ‘Every bit of it was excellent’
  • ‘The show was outstanding, so engaging’
  • ‘Honest, unusual and unique’

  

I did a little interview with The Reviews Hub - you can read it here.

For press enquiries about the show email michael@michaeleppypr.com for anything else pop me a message here.


In other news....

I have recently got back from working with Most Mira in Northern Bosnia. Most Mira focus on peace building and reconciliation. I had one of those kind of perception altering experiences which honestly needs a bit more composting- I'm writing something about my time there and in the meantime do pop over to their website and learn about the work they do- perhaps even donate?