Get tickets for two different but spectacular shows this evening
How long can you think back to your teenage years without cringing? Well, in If Destroyed Still True Molly Naylor is a braver person than we are, and is looking back to the past to try and make sense of her present. Then, Rosie Wilby gets all '90s on us. Think feminism, student activism, and a gay protest wedding outside York Minster. All told through the medium of video, music, and storytelling. General admission. Molly Naylor's If Destroyed Still True usually £7, start time 7:30pm. Rosie Wilby's Nineties Woman usually £11, start time 9:15pm.
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