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    Laurie Stevens presents

    Sticky Floors

    Part of Big Bang Scratch Night
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    What would you do if your best friend punched you? A wild mashup of character comedy, clown, drag and live music exploring the most emo emotion: teenage anger.



    Content Notice
    Running Time 60 minutes
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome

    Sticky Floors is one of multiple shows in Big Bang, a regular scratch night at Camden People's Theatre. Book your tickets for one of the scratch nights via the links below:

    Mon 20 Nov at 7.15pm

    Tue 21 Nov at 7.15pm

    What would you do if your best friend punched you? A wild mashup of character comedy, clown, drag and live music exploring the most emo emotion: teenage anger.

    It’s 2006, and David is preparing for the gig of a lifetime: headlining Sticky Floors, the coolest under-16s band night in the Bay Area.

    David’s, like, super mature for a fourteen-year-old – he reads Sartre, totally gets current affairs, and has the artistic integrity never to use Limewire. But he can’t understand why his bandmate is being such an asshole! So David has to embark upon his music career alone, armed with his electric guitar, drum kit, loop station, and an unwavering commitment to rock.

    Developed as part of Starting Blocks 2023, Laurie Stevens’s debut show explores teenage anger – and where it goes when we choose not to punch back.

    Supported by CPT
    Starting Blocks
    "a DELIGHT. Our bellies hurt from laughing"
    Comedy Central
    "musical talent mixed with roaring laughter"
    The Herald

    "CPT is as a beacon of fringe goodness, a theatre that champions diversity, inclusivity and the best kind of weird uniqueness"

    LondonTheatre1