Each Of Us by Ben Moor: The London Roam

Funny and romantic, cryptic and surreal, poetic and uplifting; in a mixed-up world, populated by self-conscious bees, cigregettes and corporate thwarts, how can you stop yourself creating a social catastrophe of your own life?

EACH OF US is a solo comedy about love, friendship and human connection in times where the main certainty seems to be uncertainty.Because whichever way our stories go, each of us has a role to play.

Following sell-out runs in 2013 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Tobacco Factory Theatre in Bristol, Ben Moor’s acclaimed piece roams across London for five performances around the capital’s compass points.

Ben Moor is a former Herald Angel Award winner and The Stage Award nominee. He is creator/star of Radio 4′s Undone and Radio 4′s Coelacanth. As seen in movies Casanova and The Three Musketeers, C4’s The IT Crowd, BBC2’s Knowing Me Knowing You, Fist Of Fun, Count Arthur Strong and more.


‘The intricate, delicate world of love, relationships and the fantastical are beautifully crafted… Each of Us is so bathed in literary and comic riches and gentle truths that there are moments of sigh-out loud recognition which will resonate with anyone who has loved and lost’
The Express

‘It is a moving satire on the arbitrariness of the every day, rivalling the best of Douglas Adams’
The Guardian

‘Moor’s protagonist tells of small-scale yet extraordinary love affairs and friendships, and arrives almost inadvertently at a philosophy for life… A guaranteed cure for all forms of disillusionment’
Financial Times

‘Each of Us promises Moor’s unique brand of clever, surreal, inventive monologue. In an hour of some of the most stylish writing I’ve seen so far this year, he mixes merciless humour and madcap ideas with moments of heart-warming pathos’
The Scotsman

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Dates / Venues

MAR 3; Tristan Bates Theatre, CENTRAL LONON – Date Passed
MAR 5; Pleasance Theatre, NORTH LONDON – Date Passed
MAR 9; Southwark Playhouse, SOUTH LONDON – Date Passed
MAR 13; Canal Cafe Theatre, WEST LONDON – Date Passed
MAR 16; Arcola Theatre, EAST LONDON – Date Passed

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