Workin’ 9 to 5
We have all suffered at the hands of egotistical, big-headed, money-driven CEO’s, especially if we are an extremely small wheel in the cog of a larger company. Sometimes we do not see our bosses for dust as they are far too important for the likes of us, and instead hand over control to assistant managers or team leaders. Take the latest BBC3 smash, ‘The Call Centre’. This fly-on-the-wall documentary showcases the goings-on in the third biggest call centre in the whole of Swansea, and the hilarious antics of the staff make for compelling viewing. However, most colleagues have to be extremely careful and not speak out of hand as floor managers are watching their every move. Everyone wants to think that their job has its perks, and it is when you start to realise that there are no benefits or career opportunities or that you are constantly passed over for promotion that you know things have to change for the better.
Well, you can chase away the summer blues and forget all your troubles and strife as ‘9 to 5: The Musical’ is coming to town! From Tuesday 20th to Saturday 24th August, you can witness what the critics have called an “outrageous, thought-provoking and sometimes romantic” performance which shows teamwork at its best. The moral of the tale is that joining forces can prove to be fruitful, even if the task at hand seems impossible at first, as helpless employees are at the end of their tether and conspire to turn the company on its head and revolt against their bigoted buy viagra hwhere can i buy the brand https://www.thecourtyardclinic.co.uk/buy-viagra-sildenafil-online-uk/ ativan pill online boss. They have reached the point when drastic action has to be taken, but form firm friendships along the way and show that nothing is unmanageable if you believe you will succeed.
Interspersed with some of the legendary Dolly Parton’s greatest hits, such as ‘Shine Like the Sun’, ‘Get Out and Stay Out’ and ‘Let Love Grow’; this box office smash is sure to be a sure-fire sensation when it comes to the Manchester Opera House later this month. And if you really want to make the most of your time in the North West then you must book a room at The Mitre Hotel. Built at the foot of the Manchester Cathedral all the way back in 1815, the Mitre is one of the only hotels in Manchester City Centre which has been updated with modern, contemporary furnishings whilst still maintaining a sense of olde-worlde charm. So many identikit hotels in Manchester City Centre look pretty drab and dreary or else are ostentatious and unnecessarily showy. The feel of accommodation in Manchester City Centre is just as important as the cost, as some people prefer hard, solid mattresses whilst others love nothing more than to sink into a pillow-soft, cushiony bed after a long day’s shopping. Well, the Mitre Hotel has Manchester City Centre accommodation which suits all tastes and preferences, and our 32 guest suites can also be hired out for wedding parties if you want to get hitched in style. Just give us a quick call on 0161 834 4128 or alternatively contact us online at firstname.lastname@example.org.