Sex, drugs and music-hall

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SEX Drugs & Music-Hall continues its successful run, with more dates added, at Battle Museum and Almonry on May 1 and 16, as part of the special Museum at Nights/Culture24 countrywide scheme.

The first date is a matinee at 2pm, with the second taking place at 7 pm, all with refreshments provided.

The show tells the true tales of the Brem-Wilson family, through spoken word, drama, and music, taking in everything from BINGO! to Gangsters, and more.

Clive Parker-Sharp, who formed the Scottish super group Big Country and was at the forefront of the punk movement having hits with Spizzenergi, has written the music, which is a ‘mash-up’ of techno music-hall through to soul-noir.

The show is played out by two actors and is adapted from Clive’s book The Box.

Tickets are £3 and can be bought in advance from Battle Museum, White Sails and Cooden Cellars in Battle, or e-mail info@battlemuseum.co.uk