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Dani Harris-Walters: Happy Fathers Day

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Happy Father’s Day is a reflective coming-of-age piece with a comedic edge created by Dani Harris-Walters. A heart-stirring journey that focuses on a vital relationship from an unexpected point of view.

With the use of Hip Hop Dance, this engaging solo work navigates through a realm of anecdotal sketches with a fusion of movement, rap, animation and text. This relatable and uniquely crafted work is the unconventional puberty lesson you wish you had during school.


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Ticket prices: £15

Running time: 60 minutes with no interval

Age recommendation: 11+ (Suitable for younger audiences at parental discretion)

Friends – 5% off
Ambassadors, Supporters, Best Friends and Gold Friends – 10% off
U26s– £10

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“Happy Father’s Day is a fully-fledged theatrical triumph…”
Graham Watts, Chairman of the Critics’ Circle: Dance Section


“The material is so good that he doesn’t need to be crude. He doesn’t resort to jokes. It all just flows like he is chatting to his best friend.”
David Meed,


“ Harris-Walters hooks us unerringly into his monologue with allusions”
Nicholas Minns


“An engaging storyteller he encourages the audience to egg him on and indeed we do, urging him on every step of the way whooping and cheering.”
Anna Mortimer, Wonderful News Reviewer


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