An emotive monologue, written and performed by Chris Goode, Men in the Cities uses the starting point of two tragic deaths to explore the nature of what it means to be a man today.
Two men attack soldier Lee Rigby, a young gay man quietly plans his suicide and a pre-pubescent boy watches porn on his phone. Dark and thought-provoking, The Guardian described it as a ‘wide-ranging and depressing portrait of male lives in crisis, repressed emotions, damaged sons, untouched fathers, fantasy power trips and lost souls.’
Takes place at Cambridge Junction, 4 November, 7.30pm. Tickets £6/£10.