Big Box Aliens is an alternative comedy experience like no other. Part autobiography, John delves into his bizarre childhood and tries his best to peddle you his hilarious wares from his stall. We are told the false re-telling of the Passover story from Gran; that the aliens came down to save us from the desert in a big box. Will they come down again today?
With his unique surreal and musical style, John touches on some big issues; anti-semitism, biphobia and the perils of online dating. Gently interactive and mildly nostalgic with some deep moments, Big Box Aliens is a fringe show Manchester will not want to miss!
John Klark is a writer, director and performer. His work includes his solo comedy show #DigitalGoy which was described as ‘political, funny and a bit mad’ [Truant Company]. His work as a director includes the comedy hit The Community Centre [NicolaGardner] which heads to Edinburgh this year. His writing has graced the stages of Manchester and London;To The Dam [24:7 Theatre Festival],The Way Men Breathe [King’s Arms], In [Royal Court], Blue Tape [Contact], Here I Am [Stratford Circus].
Lock 91, 9 Century Street, Manchester M3 4QL
Wednesday 17th & Thursday 18th July at 7.30pm.