Beehavioural Problems: Something, Something Autism

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  • 21st June
     21 June, 2023
     7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

21st June 7.30pm £7

What’s it like being an autistic person in workplaces that (despite what they claim) don’t really want people to “bee” themselves? Keep it Fringe 2023 Award Winner and stand up for cider finalist 2023 Stephen Catling brings us his surrealist comedy escapade. Meet a panda game show host, dog priest and a stand-up crab as Stephen takes us on a journey through a series of weird and wonderful sketches that both celebrate and reflect on being a neurodivergent adult.

“The most Scottish thing I have seen in Scotland”  Some American who Stephen did not have the heart to tell he is English

“A barrage of silly and inventively twisted ideas, bloody funny” Dan Antopolski

” A pure & authentic stage presence “ Pope Lonergan

“Engaging, otherworldly and endearingly morose with an edge as sharp as his tongue” Sam Rhodes

Warnings and additional info: Audience participation, contains distressing/triggering themes including ableism, suicidal thoughts and references to violence, Strong language/swearing

18+ (Restriction)

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Over 18’s only. This venue is accessed via a set of small stairs, please contact us to discuss any accessibility requirements. No admittance for latecomers.

Hen & Chickens Theatre

109 St Paul’s Road

London N1 2NA

*Unless the theatre has to close.

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