Stepping shell-suited out of the 1990s, Chucker and Mucker offer their lives as a lens on the extraordinary history ofHalifax.
Belting breakneck over hill and down cul-de-sac, the boys run amok, terrorising Woolworths, traumatising pets, decimating dance floors and discovering that sometimes home is an unfamiliar place…
This funny, moving and unlikely tale of friendship between two teenagers and their town won the Fringe Media Network Award in Edinburgh 2011 and was picked as a highlight of the Fringe by the Yorkshire Post.
In the end, is the place you’re going more important than the place you’re from?
‘A touching comic play.’ The Observer
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