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Brave Words presents

How To Be A Better Human

A spoken word comedy about grief, loss, and self-acceptance, How To Be A Better Human tells Chris Singleton’s story of losing two of the biggest relationships in his life – Dad and Wife – in the space of a few months.

Date & Time
Location
The Coro
Prices

Standard: £12
Student / Under 18 / Access: £10
Unwaged: £6

Prices inclusive of £1 booking fee

Coro Members save 10%
Coro Members don’t pay booking fees

Additional details

Members on-sale: Tue 28 Feb 10am
Public on-sale: Thu 2 Mar 10am

Age guidance: 14+

Contains themes of illness, death, and grief.

Doors open at 6:45pm

There is no interval

By booking you agree to our Conditions of Sale and Entry including our refund policy.

Performed by Chris Singleton and directed by Tom Malcolm Wright, this powerful show uses powerpoint comedy, autobiographical storytelling, and poetry to open accessible conversations about grief, loss, and mental health.

It finds the lightness and humour in death, loss, and divorce: exploring how they help us become better at empathising, connecting with, and understanding each other; how we can lose everything and still find the strength to rebuild; how growing a beard can be the best decision of your life; and why some hedgehogs are absolute d*******s.

Book tickets

  • 7.30pm - 8.30pm

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