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The Smallest Hour

Storytellers Phil Spencer and Susie Youssef relate a tale of broken dreams, second chances and velcro pants.

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The Smallest Hour

Date: 13 Nov 2018

A woman bails on her bestie’s Hens’ Night. A cop dodges the bus fare into town. A dog walker whistles ABBA in the dead of night.

Pop the kettle on and join storytellers Phil Spencer (Story ClubHooting & Howling) and Susie Youssef (Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Whose Line Is It Anyway?) for this bleary-eyed stagger through the night that was. The Smallest Hour is a richly woven comedy about broken dreams, second chances and velcro pants.

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