Home Sweet Home
Crewe Lyceum Theatre
Sunday 26 April, 7 PM
Part-Iranian, part-Welsh, part-who cares, part-everybody-cares: Home Sweet Home uses circus, stand-up and plenty of true-to-life anecdotes to explore what it is to feel like you don’t belong.
Performer Kaveh Rahnama reimagines the BNP in the 80s, broken eggs, water fights, class struggles, biting, Brexit, relationships, fatherhood and juggling in the rain. With a classic soundtrack of feel-good hits, this partly autobiographical show is an entertaining look at what it means to be British when one, or both, of your parents isn’t.
Home Sweet Home is a show which everyone can relate to. If you’ve been in a room full of people and felt like you didn’t belong there, or if you’ve had someone say something to you that made you feel really small but you didn’t say anything, then this is the show for you. It’s also really entertaining.
People have laughed a lot while watching the show. Some have cried too.
Full Price: £13.50
There are no booking fees on this performance. Delivery charges may still apply.