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  • Louisa Doyle presents

    Poster Boy

    Fri 28 Apr and Sat 29 Apr at 9pm
    Tickets £8 (work in progress)
    Poster Boy is a crash course in how to make friends by calling the numbers on missing cat posters; the premiere of an un-screenable documentary about rubbing shoulders with strangers.

    Content Notice
    Running Time 60 min
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeContains references to depression, sexual harassment and gender questioning. Suitable for 16+
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeFlashing Lights,Loud Noises,Visual Effects (glitter curtains etc)

    This film contains gaps, cameras, and scenes of a feline nature. 
    Keep your phones switched on.

    February 2021: 
    I shoot an ‘against-the-odds’ documentary.
    It’s about a 24 year old (that’s me) befriending a 70 year old filmmaker (that’s Jack*), who I ethically and considerately cold-called using the number on his missing cat poster. 
    It was the start of a beautiful friendship. 
    However, due to unforeseen circumstances, I can’t show you that film. Ever.

    April 2023: You’re all invited to the premiere. 

    Poster Boy explores the joys and dangers of rubbing shoulders with strangers and wandering into the backyards of people we don’t know. In this auto(lie)ographical solo show, Lou Doyle attempts to screen an unscreenable film about things gone amiss - and the unexpected guests that show up to fill the empty gaps.

    Supported by Arts Council England. Developed on CPT Starting Blocks.

    Supported by CPT
    Commissioned by CPT

    "CPT is a force for good... We as a community need this desperately at this time."

    Local resident