The Man I Live With

A Co-Production with Oxford Playhouse and Deer Hunters Collective

Adapted and directed by Clare Baybutt

Like when you’re drunk? No, like when you’re dead.

Intimate, darkly humorous, and often downright absurd, The Man I Live With (formerly named I Stop to Understand) introduces us to seven couples connected by friendship, love, and conflict.

Marines and their partners try to talk about war and ask how they’ll ever replace the combat buzz, when they can’t even begin to explain why they felt it. Don’t miss this “excellent piece of performance” (Broadway Baby)

Previously seen at Brighton Fringe, this unique and insightful verbatim play is at Reading Rep for 2 days only.

“A riveting and insightful piece of theatre, bringing a rare sense of integrity and immediacy to its telling of these highly personal tales.” Fringe Guru

Friday 22nd – Saturday 23rd September

7.30pm

All tickets £10

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