On sale! Christopher Bliss’ Literary Salon Thu 13 Sep &
Fri 16 Nov
Doors 7.30pm // Show 8pm
The UK’s least relevant literary salon.
What happens when an over-analytical literature graduate inconceivably champions the two-page novels of a charming misfit from Shropshire?
Christopher Bliss (★★★★ ‘One
of this year’s hidden treasures… consistently, pant-wettingly funny’ Fest) writes 2-3 terrible novels a day. Turtleneck-clad literature clad Luke Courtier (★★★★★ ‘hilarious’ The Good Review) thinks he’s found hidden levels to Bliss’ work. And so Christopher Bliss’ Literary Salon was born co-hosted by Courtier and Bliss. The pair of them, operating on opposite ends of the intellectual spectrum, are joined each month by a published novelist. As Bliss metes out totally unwarranted feedback on their work and improves classic literature, Courtier will be on hand with excellent footnotes and a stonking claret. As a bonus, Bliss will be reading from his new novels and doling out extra advice to anyone who wants it. Probably all of you?
‘This character comedy and satire on the privilege of over-confident white men would delight anyone who has attended a writer’s workshop or a pretentious literary gathering’ ★★★★ The Argus
16+ // UNRESERVED SEATING
THIS SHOW TAKES PLACE IN OUR SMALLER ROOM – THE KOMEDIA STUDIO