Eco­nomics of erotic danc­ing

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JOHN Cooper’s lat­est play ex­am­ines the grow­ing eth­nic di­ver­sity of con­tem­po­rary Lon­don and looks at val­ues and morals in a rapidly chang­ing post-colo­nial cul­ture.

Fast-mov­ing, raw, and hu­mor­ous the play cuts through the spin and the plat­i­tudes and looks at the in­creas­ingly com­plex cul­tural mix that is Lon­don to­day.

Un­der the spot­light is the pres­sure on those at the front­line of public sec­tor ed­u­ca­tion with its con­tro­ver­sial poli­cies of po­lit­i­cal cor­rect­ness and pos­i­tive dis­crim­i­na­tion.

But the play also deals with the erotic and sen­sual un­der­tow in a mul­ti­cul­tural city where sex, as ever, is a pow­er­ful and ir­re­sistible driv­ing force.

If you’re a per­son­able young girl from Ro­ma­nia, what will get you fur­ther, a GCSE or a G-string?

What? When? Where?

The Ed­u­ca­tion of a Lap Dancer Fri­day, May 15 at 8pm The El­giva, St Mary’s Way, Che­sham, HP5 2JR £15 (full) and £13 (con­ces­sion) 01494 582 900 www.el­giva.com

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