Economics of erotic dancing
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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