Punk poet Henry Raby took his one-man show, Letter To The Man (From The Boy), to the Berry Theatre and the audience were led to the stage and sat at tables, creating an intimate venue for the audience to reflect upon their life.
The show began with an open letter from the young version of Raby to the older Raby.
The evening progressed by encouraging the audience to think back to happy memories from their past, while writing them down in a letter for their future selves to read.
Despite being filled with humour, Raby managed to pull off a thought-provoking night, forcing the audience to think about their lives and futures, and posing questions about what the most important things in life are.
Raby enthralled the audience with his unique mix of poetry, music and avant-garde comedy.