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Every time something has gone wrong for Chloe and Danielle, every time something has been taken away, someone else has been behind it. It’s time the tables turned.

Righteous indignation boils over into brutal violence, driven along by a riotous soundtrack, as two best friends take aim at a world that has left them behind.

Think Thelma and Louise turned up to 11, I Hate Alone is a gig with a story, about injustice, revenge and, above all, friendship. Written by Ellen Brammar, music by James Frewer and featuring ∆lekto at Früit and Hull band CHAMBERS at The Polar Bear.

Middle Child are an multi award-winning theatre company based in Hull, creating unmissable gig theatre that brings people together for a good night out with big ideas.

Their Hull UK City of Culture 2017 production, All We Ever Wanted Was Everything, was performed at Welly in June and then Edinburgh Fringe in August to sold out crowds, winning three awards and multiple five-star reviews.


Both the Fruit and Polar Bear performances are ticketed as a Pay What You Want show – simply book your ticket through Hull Box Office and pay what you want on the evening.


Monday 2 October, 8pm. Früit. Doors at 7.30pm. Featuring ∆lekto.
Wednesday 18 October, 8pm. The Polar Bear. Doors at 7.30pm. Featuring CHAMBERS.




If you have purchased a ticket for an event/activity at this venue through hull2017.co.uk, please do not contact the venue direct with enquiries for that purchase as they will be unable to help.

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With thanks to the Arts Council.

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