Coping Strategies for Contemporary Living (Part 1)

Dates and Times

Sun 26 March at 7pm

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Ticket information

£8 (work in progress)

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Presented by Madi Maxwell-Libby

Is time really money? Is money really time? What is the ‘neoliberal agenda’ and why don’t I have a copy? 

Join award-winning office temp* and professional spare wheel Madi Maxwell-Libby on a journey to better understand our economic system. Prepare for drilling, dancing and some heavy-duty irony in this satirical skewering of life under capitalism.  
It’s economics Jim, but not as we know it.

*actually not a joke

Image credit -Rebecca Need-Manear.

About the artist

Madi Maxwell-Libby is a spoken word artist, comedian and actor. She is winner of the 2016 Roundhouse Poetry Slam, and he piece Kids, Cuts, Coins was featured on BBC iPlayer for National Poetry Day. She is a member of poetry collective Spit the Atom and has performed for the Southbank Centre, Rich Mix, The Poetry Takeaway, Bang Said The Gun, Poet in the City, National Poetry Day, Ovalhouse, Soho Theatre, the Evening Standard Young London awards, and the Tricycle Theatre. | @Madi_ML

This is a work-in-progress performance, and the show is still in the process of being created. There is an opportunity for you to feedback to the artists, which will be used to further develop the piece. 

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