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Sarfraz Manzoor: The Boss Rules - How Bruce Springsteen Changed My Life

In his brand new one man show, Sarfraz Manzoor tackles race, religion and rock and roll. Manzoor believes Bruce Springsteen's songs contain the secrets of life, love and happiness.

From Edinburgh Festival 2012 - "a heartfelt and funny show...a gentle, affectionate mix.

The journalist and broadcaster - best known for his work in The Guardian, BBC2's the Review Show and Radio 4 takes us on a humorous journey through his life and shows how the Boss' words saved him, then helped him get out of Luton and find the woman of his dreams.

Tickets £12.00 (Concs £10.00) through[masked]

They will reserve tickets together for a few days if anyone is interested in coming to this slightly off beat sounding show.

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  • Ruth

    Wat is it?

    February 9, 2013

  • Tim H.

    I have listen to the Edinburgh Festival broadcast, enjoyed the stories and considered going, but don't know if I can make it. Therefore, may be last minute decision to turn up

    February 7, 2013

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