Peterborough Pride Festival is coming to The Undercroft on Saturday 29th June with 3 exciting events to celebrate. If you book both shows, you can also enjoy a free cocktail on the house! See the full Peterborough Pride programme here.
A bisexual Bridget Jones for the online generation
“Brave, bold and brilliantly funny” (Lisa Walters, Channel 4)
Brooke has it all: the job, the flat, the girlfriend… but what happens when things go tits up just before your 30th birthday? Brooke looks online for answers but it feels like everyone’s doing so much better than she is, and her overbearing mother is only another reminder of what life’s supposed to look like by now.
Developed on Soho Theatre Writers’ Lab & longlisted for the Tony Craze Award 2018 this is writer/performer Sadie Clark’s debut play.
Saturday 29th June, 6pm-7pm at The Undercroft
Full Price £10, Concessions £8
Watch the trailer below and book tickets here.
Don't miss an exciting chance to work with Sadie in her FREE workshop -
Anyone under the bi+ umbrella, and allies wishing to learn, are welcome to attend.
Looking at the basics of creating an idea for a new short play: Character, Action, Location and Time, part of the workshop discussion will also focus on bisexual+ representation on stage (or lack of it).
Workshop participants will also be eligible for a £2 concession from Sadie's show Algorithms which is on at 6pm on the same day.
Saturday 29th June, 11am-1pm at The Undercroft.
- a comedy cabaret that follows real-life stories and experiences of coming out and the mental health struggles people have faced alongside their sexual identity.
Artist Ashleigh Owen has created this piece as a letter to society that we may have come a long way legally but there is still a lot of work to do in regard to LGBTQ+ rights and behaviours towards our community that have had a negative impact on our mental health.
HIP HIP I’M GAY! is powerful, funny, moving, heartfelt, uplifting and is delivered by a cast of queer performers who have lived similar stories to the ones depicted.
What audiences have said..
"The most inspiring, moving, funny, sad, heartfelt, tearful, humbling, empowering thing I've seen in such a long time."
“This was a superb piece of theatre. Funny, moving, angry and liberating in so many ways.”