A Supermarket Love Story

A Supermarket Love Story

Age range: 14+

A story about supermarkets and the people who use them. Love will bloom, lives will continue as they always have, and you’ll meet two paramedics by the crisps. As staff untuck their shirts and sit on kick stools stacking shelves we join them all for a storytelling feast, and find that every aisle really does tell a different story. Join John Osbourne – Radio 4 regular and creator of cult show John Peel’s Shed – for an evening of poignant, enchanting and heart-warming poetic tales. John weaves words to create wonderful worlds out of the most ordinary of situations. ‘An absolute joy’ – Greg James, Radio 1 John Osborne writes poetry, books, scripts and stories for Radio 4. He co-created the Sky One sitcom After Hours.

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Calendar Date & Time

Sun 27 February 2022, 4.00pm

Pin Location

Dodington Lodge Hotel
SY13 1EN

North Shropshire

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01948 662539

Ticket Tickets

Adult: £5.00

Child: £5.00

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