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Playtext: All The Things I Lied About by Katie Bonna


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Fringe First winner Katie Bonna is giving a TED talk on the science of lying. Well, that's not quite true. TED haven't actually asked her to do a talk...yet.

In a comic exploration of her past mistakes and inevitable future disasters, Katie unpicks how everyday lies can lead to a world of Trump and Brexit.

All The Things I Lied About was performed at Soho Theatre in Autumn 2017.

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Playtext: Bottom


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Locked in his bathroom during a tragic third date, Willy Hudson asks: are you a top or a bottom?
Bottom is about bums, Beyoncé and burnt fish fingers. Join Willy for a queer coming-of-age remix, as he questions if 'bottom' in the bedroom means 'bottom' in life - and whether Beyoncé can help put his love on top.

This is for anyone who hates making the first move.
Anyone who thinks they are unlovable.
Anyone that's ever tried to be someone they're not.

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Christopher Bliss: Novel Collection


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Christopher Bliss’s very first collection of novels, featuring a 2-man whodunit, a swimmy story, a wartime thing, a raunchy one, and a ruddy spook-fest. About 3 sides of A6, these novels are the perfect companion for a yoghurt or a very quick bath. And there’s one for every day of the week (if you don’t include two of the days in the week)! Christopher would like to thank his publishers - Rymans.

Playtext: Fleabag by Phoebe Waller-Bridge


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'I sit on the loo and think about all the people I can have sex with now. I'm not obsessed with sex. I just can't stop thinking about it.'

The Fleabag bites back. A rip roaring account of some sort of female living her sort of life. Fleabag was first performed at Soho Theatre in 2013, and after being made in to an internationally successful television series, returned to Soho Theatre in 2016.

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Playtext: Flesh and Bone by Elliot Warren


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A vivid and fast paced ride through a working class London estate, fusing Shakespeare inspired lyricism with Cockney accents. Flesh and Bone was performed at Soho Theatre in July 2018.

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Playtext: God's Dice


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GOD’S DICE.
A NEW PLAY BY DAVID BADDIEL.

What would happen if someone was able to prove, scientifically, the existence of God?

When Edie, a student in university lecturer Henry Brook’s physics class, seems to do exactly that, his universe - including his marriage to celebrity atheist author Virginia - is rocked.

Science and religion go head-to-head in a ferociously funny battle for power, sex, fame and followers.

David Baddiel’s debut play is an electric tragicomedy about the power of belief and our quest for truth in a fractured world.

Playtext: Hear Me Raw by Daniella Isaacs


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Meet Green Girl. She'll make you clean. She'll eradicate dirty. She'll force feed you gluten free, dairy free, sugar free brownies. Daniella Isaacs peels back the Instagram filter to reveal the dirty truth behind clean living. Hear Me Raw was performed at Soho Theatre in October 2017.

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Playtext: How (Not) To Live In Suburbia by Annie Siddons


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A few years ago in the middle of a shitstorm of life events, single mother, artist and proud Londoner Annie Siddons found herself living in suburbia by accident. This show is a hilarious, brutal and poignant attempt to describe what happened next. How (Not) to Live in Suburbia was performed at Soho Theatre in February 2017.

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Soho Theatre Live – Mae Martin: Us


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The Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Show Nominee comes of age in the hit show about identity, sexuality, biphobia and loneliness. Filmed live at Soho Theatre, Mae combines thoughtful social observation and wide ranging nostalgia references to a 'pseudo-anguished' past. This love letter to her parents discusses her liberal childhood, puberty, dropping out of high school and navigating dating when you don't necessarily identify as gay or straight.

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Name A Seat


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Our Theatre has recently undergone a transformation with beautiful, new, and allocated seating. By naming a seat in our 170 seat refurbished auditorium, supporters will be making a vital contribution to the future of the Theatre. In return, you will get an engraved plaque attached to a seat for up to 10 years, with an offer of first refusal. Naming a seat is a perfect way to support our work or remember a loved one, celebrate a birthday or mark an anniversary.

Playtext: Sh!t Theatre Drink Rum with Expats Playtext


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Celebrating their final year as Europeans, island-monkeys Becca and Louise got invited to the 2018 European Capital of Culture in Malta.

WINNER: SCOTSMAN FRINGE FIRST 2019

Lads on tour and ‘the rising stars of performance art’ (Telegraph) Sh!t Theatre went to drink rum with Brits abroad but found mystery and murder in the fight to be European.

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Playtext: Shuck 'N' Jive


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Opera singer Simone very quickly discovers that London is not the BNP-free utopia she’d always dreamed of. Meanwhile, actress Cassi battles it out for the illustrious roles of ‘Sassy Friend’, ‘Spunky Slave’, and ‘Third Crack Whore From The Left’ at every audition.

Desperate to be seen as they are, not as the colour of their skin, they decide to take control and write their own story

[This is that story]

With music, laughter and searing honesty, Shuck ‘n’ Jive is the debut play from Cassiopeia Berkeley-Agyepong & Simone Ibbett-Brown, directed by Soho Theatre Associate Director Lakesha Arie-Angelo.
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Playtext: soft animals


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Grieving mother Sarah gets spat at in the street. Student Frankie doesn’t go to her lectures. In the aftermath of the tragic accident that brought them together, neither expects to find solace in the others company.

With a flood of hate mail, death threats and novelty teddy bears the two woman become something like friends. They want to punish themselves. They might just save each other.

A tender and unflinching story about motherhood, society, self-destruction, and the power of female friendship.

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Soho Theatre Live – Josie Long: Cara Josephine


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Keep a bit of Josie for as Long as you want with Soho Theatre Live. The cult-optimist's most personal show to date, Cara Josephine is about love and being outdoorsy as a bear.

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Soho Theatre Live – Pajama Men: Pterodactyl Nights


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Take the Pajama Men home with Soho Theatre Live. Pterodactyl Nights brings together highlights from the kinetic duo’s huge catalogue of classic bits and brand new material, all sewn in with bizarre improvised tangents.

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Playtext: The One


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Harry and Jo are up all night drawing the battle lines of their relationship with sex, violence and Wotsits. A viciously funny and daring play, The One invites you into the world of a couple trapped in a destructive and violent cycle of love and lust. Winner of the Verity Bargate Award in 2013, The One was performed at Soho Theatre in 2014 and was revived at the Theatre in the summer of 2018.

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CD: Tiff Stevenson Live


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Optimist Blazing a trail of acclaim at festivals around the world and through ultra-competitive ITV talent hunt 'Show Me The Funny', Tiff Stevenson targets your funny bone with the pinpoint accuracy of a seasoned veteran. With observations on modern life this smart, we don't have to be optimists to foresee laughter in your immediate future.

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Playtext: Touch by Vicky Jones


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Dee’s sexual escapades are messy and temporary, just like her shoe box London flat. New to the city and in a stop gap job, Dee has the chance to reinvent herself. But how can you change your life when you don’t know what you want? Welcome to the secret life of a 33 year old woman. From the company behind the international smash hit, Fleabag, DryWrite's Touch was performed at Soho Theatre in the summer of 2017.

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Playtext: Typical by Ryan Calais Cameron


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What is the cost of a typical night out? An ex-serviceman who has spent his life fighting for his country finds new battles in a society fighting against him. From the makers of 2018 hit Queens of Sheba comes this powerful new play by Ryan Calais Cameron confronting the daily tensions experienced by Black men as they negotiate life, while constantly feeling like their own lives are on the line. Typical uncovers the man and the humanity behind a tragic real-life story, challenging traditional conceptions of Black manhood and highlighting the crisis of identity consuming Britain today.


Playtext: Underneath by Pat Kinevane


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This Stunning play is a blackly comic, rich and vivid tale of a life lived in secret, a testament to the people who live on the fringes, under the nose of everyday life. It explores the surface, and what lies underneath.

Underneath was first produced by Fishamble: The New Play Company in December 2014, and was performed at Soho Theatre in November 2016.

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