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FREAK Theatre503 Sept 2014

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Published on Sep 1, 2014

Theatre503 and Polly Ingham Productions presents…

FREAK
by Bruntwood Prize Winner Anna Jordan
2 – 27 September

Tuesday – Saturday 7.45pm, Sunday 5pm

£15/£12 (pay what you can Sundays)

Adult Content, Strong Language and Graphic Content.

‘They think I am the most beautiful thing in the world. And I don’t mind being a thing. I don’t want their respect. I want only their animal desire’.

Georgie is 30 with dirty secrets. She drinks in her bedroom and hides from the sun. Leah is 15 with teenage dreams. She practices her cum face and Veets. A lot. All-meat, all-sex, all-vulnerable, all-powerful. There’s a first time for everything… Isn’t there? A punchy and provocative new play straight from Edinburgh Festival Fringe, by Bruntwood Prize winner Anna Jordan.

★★★★★ ’A joy to watch when it is warm and fond and a spectacle you cannot turn away from when it reveals its unfeeling core, this is a play you should book while you still can.’ Broadway Baby

★★★★★ ‘This show is an absolute must see, a shining example of new writing’ Arts Award Voice

★★★★★ ‘There wasn’t a heart that didn’t melt in the audience…This will be a sell out.’ The Mumble, Scotland

★★★★★ ’‘frequently moving, sometimes harrowing, occasionally comic and ultimately affirming portrait of female sexuality.’ Theatre Guide London

★★★★★ ‘delivered with expert timing and passion’ Edinburgh Guide

★★★★ ‘A taut, raw but also warm two-hander… vivid and punchy’ The Stage

★★★★ ’Jordan is a talented writer with a commanding voice’ The Scotsman

★★★★ ‘lively and thoughtful’ British Theatre Guide

★★★★ ‘A frank new play by a fresh young voice.’ A Younger Theatre

★★★★ ‘Witty, thought provoking dialogue… Definitely one to watch out for at this year’s Fringe.’ Quotidian Times’

Jordan can certainly write… very funny, very sad…’ The Guardian

‘Unflinching… laugh out loud funny’ The Observer

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