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    Lila Robirosa presents

    The Not-12 Days of Not-Christmas

    Fri 7 Oct - Sat 8 Oct at 9pm
    Tickets £12 (£10)
    One woman. One song. One board game. 50 minutes to unlock the secrets lying within... Come and roll the dice on one woman's hilarious story of queer confusion and chaos.



    Content Notice
    Running Time 50 minutes
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs
    Assistance dogs
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeThe company do not believe there is any content to consider. Suitable for 18+
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeSmoke/fog/haze effects, Flashing lights, Food/drinks

    If on the first day of Christmas your true love gives you a partridge in a pear tree, what do they give you every other day of the year? Indestructible thrush, clumsy coming outs and brutal break-ups. But why isn’t that part of the song?
    Well, it is now.
    A pawn in her own life-sized board game, Lila dishes out a smorgasbord of not-so-festive confessions at the mercy of the roll of the dice. Follow her as she laughs, lip syncs and cringes from square to square in a dizzying voyage of queer confusion and chaos.
    Get your game-face on. Get ready to unlock the secrets lying within The Not-12 Days of Not-Christmas.
    The dice is in your hands.

    Tickets for The Not-12 Days of Not-Christmas

    Fri 07 Oct, 21:00
    Sat 08 Oct, 21:00
    "My cheeks hurt"
    Audience Members
    "Magic. Clever. Hilarious"
    Audience Members
    "Just joyous. Unlike anything I have ever seen"
    Audience Members

    "A great local theatre making a massive difference to the local community."

    Councillor Jonathan Simpson Camden Council