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Photo Credit: Richard Davenport 2016
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    ARCHIVE: Two Man Show

    • SHOWING
    • 13 Sep -
      16 Sep 2017
      13 Sep - 16 Sep 2017
    About

    PRESENTED BY TOBACCO FACTORY THEATRES BEYOND AT CIRCOMEDIA

    Written and Created by Abbi Greenland, Helen Goaland and Becky Wilkie

    Fringe First Winners RashDash return with their award-winning, genre-defying hit about gender, language and humankind. We’re delighted to partner with MAYK – the people behind Bristol’s internationally acclaimed Mayfest – to present this audacious and imaginative show. Live music, dance, theatre and comedy bring to life a searing examination of masculinity.

    John and Dan keep hearing people say that men have all the power, but it doesn’t feel like that to them.

    Abbi and Helen are making a show about Man and men. They want to talk about masculinity and patriarchy but the words that exist aren’t good enough, so there’s music and dance too. It’s loud and raucous.

    Commissioned by Soho Theatre and Northern Stage.

    DAC_Beachcroft_Secondary Short Logo_CMYK_blue no line is delighted to support Tobacco Factory Theatres as it stages its Aug – Dec 17 season.

    • RUNNING TIME1hr 15mins
    • TICKETSFull £14 / Concession £12

    AGE RECOMMENDATION 16+ (contains full nudity of a non-threatening and non-sexual nature)

    8pm

    Two Man Show is part of BEYOND, our off-site season, and co-presented with MAYK in association with Circomedia. See more Tobacco Factory Theatres BEYOND

    VENUE CIRCOMEDIA
    St. Pauls, Portland Square, BS2 8SJ

    Venue website: circomedia.com
    Tickets for Two Man Show are also available from Circomedia at the above website.

     

    Reviews
    • ****

      "Smart, potent and exhilaratingly physical attack on patriarchy"

      The Stage
    • ****

      "Tremendously fun, a fizzily provocative romp that crackles with punk rock energy"

      Time Out
    • ****

      "A terrifically generous piece of writing"

      The Independent

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