Sam Brady: “Things I Say” & “Kindness”

, December 8th 2017

Kindness

Kindness

“Nobody can be kind all of the time. But here’s the thing. No matter what your religion, or where you come from, or who you voted for – if you’re a human being, you have the capacity to do one kind thing that will change someone’s life forever.”

Sam Brady, a failed Buddhist monk, documents his struggle to be ‘good’ in his new show. Kindness investigates why it is sometimes so hard to put others before yourself. You’ll have a laugh, and you’ll leave feeling just a little happier about yourself.” The Observer

 

Things I Say When I Don’t Say I Love You

When Tommy is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, his son and grandson agree to help him fulfil his life’s dream to restore a vintage car. But amid stripped engines, rusted metal and frayed tempers, the three men discover that piecing together the past can have unexpected consequences. Award-winning writer and performer, Sam Brady, brings his new one-man play to The Lowry with characteristic warmth, humour and charm.

A new one-man play, developed by Sam Brady with Manchester’s Lowry Theatre comes to Mellor Brook

 

Thursday 22 March 7.30 pm (doors open at 7.00)

 

advance tickets £10 (£6 u-18’s) from Britannia Gallery, Branch Road, Mellor Brook (opening hours)

or on-line via Eventbrite:  on sale from 12 noon 08/12/17 until 6 pm  22/03/18

or by cheque from Seamus Heffernan (phone 01254 812131 / 07908 518 938 for details)

please note that any tickets remaining and made available for sale on the door on the night will be charged at £12 (adults) and £6 (under-18’s)

 

Sam was interviewed for BBC Radio 4 in 2014 when he described his transition from management consultant to novice Buddhist monk to stand-up comedian. Listen here

 

Licensed bar dispensing wine, a draught real ale and assorted soft drinks

unreserved seating

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