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JFoW – Ania Bas: Odd Hours
Polish author, Ania Bas, discusses her whip-smart new comedic novel 'Odd Hours' with Chris Stone. Odd Hours is a whip-smart social comedy for those of us who feel that life is a game where someone else has stolen the rules...
- Seasonal opening
- Booking needed
Price: starting at £13.52
The snark of Fleabag meets the relatability of Exciting Times in this topical and unforgettable debut from Faber Academy alumna, Ania Bas. A rare and timely look at the life of a young Polish-Irish woman living in London, Odd Hours explores themes of class, race, sex and gender, based on Bas’s own experiences of arriving in England to an eight-person flat-share, low paid job and multiple encounters with xenophobia.
Please enjoy a free drink upon arrival.
We are open:
- Wheelchair access
- Access guide
- Accessible parking or drop-off point
- Accessible toilets
- Hearing loop
- Level access from entrance to reception
- Level access to all public areas
- Level access to dining room, cafe or restaurant
- Level access to leisure facilities
- Level access to main entrance
- Ramp to main entrance
- Suitable for visitors with limited mobility
- Wheelchair access throughout
- Wheelchairs or mobility aids provided
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