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    Serena Ramsey presents

    CHAV-RODITE

    Fri 16 Sept - Sat 17 Sept at 9pm
    Tickets £12 (£10)
    Love. Death and Smirnoff ice. The genre bending Serena Ramsey is back on a quest to re-write the folk lore and mythology that makes us CHAVs who we are. Oi Oi x



    Content Notice
    Running Time 50 minutes
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs
    Assistance dogs
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeNudity, violence. Suitable for 16+
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeStrobe lighting, Flashing lights, Loud noises, Visual effects, Food/drinks, Alcohol consumed by performers onstage

    CHAV-RODITE! (Like Aphrodite, duh!)

    Love. Death and Smirnoff ice. The critically acclaimed Serena Ramsey (your fave Geordie IT gurl) is back on a quest to re-write the folk lore and mythology that makes us CHAVs who we are.

    CHAV-RODITE is a trashy, vulgar & unpredictable explosion.

    Expect genre bending cabaret, camp costumes, dance and a whole load of hardcore tunes.

    CHAV & PROUD BBZ.

    Tickets for CHAV-RODITE

    Fri 16 Sep, 21:00
    Sat 17 Sep, 21:00
    "Unmissable"
    Fringe Biscuit
    "Genius"
    Broadway Baby
    "Pure talent"
    A Younger Theatre
    "She absolutely kills it with some wild physical comedy that leaves all vanity at the door."
    The Tung Magazine
    "A creative force to be reckoned with!"
    Narc Magazine
    "A multifaceted threat with the prowess to seduce any audience."
    The Voice Magazine

    “British theatre would be completely stymied without tiny, under-resourced venues such as CPT, which are a critical part of the theatre ecology.”

    Lyn Gardner Stagedoor