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When every day consists of cleaning toilets, serving sausage rolls and refilling the coffee machine with powdered milk, when the people you meet don't even notice you, the real world isn't worth it. In a roadside service station somewhere on the M1, three people disappear into their imaginations... Fusing live music, passionate physicality, drama and stunning visual spectacle, RashDash look with fresh eyes at what happens to young people living in a world where celebrity is imminently possible, where 'normal' isn't good enough. Should we aspire to be the best? Or to be happy?
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24 Aug 2010
A quirky and colourful production
‘Welcome to a show all about happiness’. There’s Holly, a geek-turned-lawyer who denies herself happiness; Alicia, a bimbo waitress who thinks happiness is drinking cava in the afternoon; and Jim, a chef who thinks happiness is trading in his career…