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By Milly Thomas

Director: Holly Race Roughan

19 Jan – 13 Feb, 7.45pm (Sundays 5pm)

£15/£12 (Pay What You Can Sundays)

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EXTRA MATINEE PERFORMANCE ADDED

Due to popular demand an extra matinee performance will take place at 3pm on Saturday 13th February. Book your tickets here.

 

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“Your appeal is that you look piss ordinary. You’re not ugly and you’re not a Kardashian, you look like a normal person. A normal person, that makes porn…”

Nicola Barker is in trouble. A video has been made, and she is the unwitting star. In a bid to stop the footage being used against her, Nicola makes a snap decision: to post it online herself.

What started as a drunken night in a dirty club ends with a unique business opportunity for Nicola and her two sisters, changing the meaning of ‘amateur porn’ forever. But where there is demand, there must be supply, and as the line between empowerment and exploitation becomes blurred, public opinion begins to turn against the trio.

A darkly comic new play from the writer/director team behind A First World Problem, this is a blistering study of our attitudes to porn, and the women who make it for themselves.

“Edgy, inappropriate and performs the sort of things we don’t dare say aloud.” – Culture Whisper

“Disturbing, funny, and sad this brilliantly observed piece… hits you right between the eyes” – South London News

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ West End Wilma ★ ★ ★ ★ The Upcoming ★ ★ ★ ★ Female Arts ★ ★ ★ ★ Culture Whisper

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Coming up…

Fools and Kings, DEM Productions and Theatre503 present…

Four Play

By Jake Brunger

Director: Jonathan O’Boyle

16 Feb – 12 March, 7.45pm (Sundays 5pm)

£15/£12 (Pay What You Can Sundays)

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“Spiders are scary. Terrorists are scary. Cancer is really scary. But… monogamy?”

Rafe and Pete have hit a rut. After seven and a half blissfully happy years, their lack of sexual experience is driving them apart.

When they proposition mutual friend Michael to help out with their problems – knowing full well Michael has his own partner Andrew – what seems like a simple solution quickly spirals out of control.

Commissioned by Old Vic New Voices and the TS Eliot estate and first performed in a reading starring Richard Madden and Jeremy Irvine, Four Play is a new comic play about sex and commitment in the 21st century.

From the critically-acclaimed director/producer team behind ★★★★★ Sense of an Ending (Time Out) and the playwright of ★★★★ Adrian Mole the Musical (The Times, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph).

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