Scottee grew up around mould, mice and clothes off the market.
After a chance meeting with some posh kids, his Mum teaching him to talk properly on the phone and successfully persuading his parents to take him off free school meals, Scottee knew he didn’t want to be common.
In his final solo show, Scottee uncovers what it is to be embarrassed about where you’re from, how you can pretend to be posher than you are and explores why we all get a thrill playing god with green tokens from Waitrose.
This is a show for the middle classes.
Previous reviews include:
★★★★ “An act of theatrical consciousness-raising” – The Guardian on Fat Blokes
★★★★ “Brave, heartfelt and full of integrity.” – The Scotsman on The Worst of Scottee
“Deeply moving and strikingly intelligent theatre-making – and one that might well be Scottee’s most impressive feat.” – Exeunt on Putting Words in Your Mouth
★★★★ “Scottee’s work often comes in camouflage. Its flippancy conceals its fight. It’s how he reaches people.” – The Guardian on Bravado
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