Nathan Birkinshaw

How I Lost The Will To Live
(& Why You Should Too)

Part of Works Ahead 2015, presented by Word of Warning + Contact

####In Brief
A coming of age story for a hyper-connected world.
A world convinced it’s dying.
A world that’s no longer good enough.
A world where it’s not the length that matters, but what you do with it.
(Allergen information: may contain nuts, gluten, ketchup and cats.)

####Venue + Booking Details, for Works Ahead Dates: Friday 24 (+ Saturday 25: SOLD-OUT) April 2015, 8pm (Double Bill)
Venue: Contact (space 2), Oxford Road, Manchester, M15 6JA
Tickets: £6/3 | Special offer: buy nine tickets + get your tenth free
Box Office Tel: 0161 274 0600

####Access Information
Due to mechanical breakdown, Works Ahead is only accessible by stairs (two floors). Word of Warning + Contact apologise to any potential audience member for whom this is not possible.
Age advisory: 16+ Part of a double bill of new performance in development, the evening will last approximately 1¾ hours — each show lasts approximately 30-40 minutes, with a 30 minute interval between during which our audience will be asked to return to the bar/foyer. Mainly spoken English. For specific age and access information please email or call 0161 232 6086.

####Who is he?
Nathan Birkinshaw is a performer and theatre-maker from Wakefield, creating work that’s honest and funny, with a mixed-media approach. He aims to pick out the absurdity in the notion of humanity and the crazy time we’re living in.

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A mistake — Mr + Mrs Birkinshaw

Nathan Birkinshaw

Commissioned by hÅb, co-produced with Contact.
Project Mentor: Peader Kirk.

####Websites | @NathBirkinshaw