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    Larisa Faber presents

    Good Girls

    Thu 24 Nov - Sat 26 Nov at 9pm
    Tickets £12 (£10)
    A musical about abortions and no regrets. 3 performers, 3 keyboards, 6 jazz hands, multiple stories.



    Content Notice
    Running Time 60 minutes
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs
    Assistance dogs
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeExplicit discussion on abortion. Suitable 16+

    Fancy a cheeky night out, complete with 6-handed keyboard playing and 6-legged dancing?Do you think people's bodies are nobody's business but their own? Had an abortion and zero regrets? Then this show's for you!

    GOOD GIRLS is an irreverent musical based on people's unapologetic abortion stories from across Europe. While some countries' policies should be aborted (pun intended Poland, Malta - we're looking at you), others are still standing strong. Or are they? And while we're at it - why is abortion always treated as a traumatic sob story? We'll have none of that. We'll sing and dance about abortion instead. Join us for some mischievous humour & a sprinkling of cracking songs and dances!
     

    Coproduced by anonyma & Théâtre d'Esch, Luxembourg. Supported by Esch 2022 European Capital of Culture and Planning Familial. In partnership with Chamber Theatre Kaunas, Lithuania, and Kaunas 2022 European Capital of Culture.

    Tickets for Good Girls

    Thu 24 Nov, 21:00
    Fri 25 Nov, 21:00
    Sat 26 Nov, 21:00
    "It's funny, it's smart, it's complex, it's relatable."
    Tracy Heindrichs, DELANO Magazine (on stark bollock naked, at CPT July 2021)
    "A spellbinding drama that asks universal questions about courage, commitment, ethics, loyalty, patriarchy and the whole rotten system."
    Duncan Roberts, DELANO Magazine (on Papercut, Luxembourg January 2022)

    “Such a crucial part of the UK theatre ecology… Developing artists and audiences”

    The Guardian, 2016