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Catholic schoolgirls go wild! The choir trip to the capital goes badly wrong. Funny, sad and raucously rude. A play about singing, sex and sambuca. Six girls on the cusp of change. Love, lust, pregnancy and death all spiral out of control in a single day. A musical play about losing your virginity and finding yourself. World Premiere. Director Vicky Featherstone and Billy Elliot author, Lee Hall, create a tribute to being young, lost and out of control. Contains adult themes and strong language.Author Lee Hall (adaptation of Scottish novel 'The Sopranos by Alan Warner). Producer National Theatre of Scotland. Producer Live Theatre. Director Vicky Featherstone. Director Billy Elliot.
Emily Leslie (11Aug16): Fantastic performance from the six ladies in the main cast and three ladies providing the beats and riffs in the background! Technical diversity, some fourth-wall breaking techniques and a melange of tunes that are known but not cliche are just a few highlights. The girls shine. It's so refreshing and daring when the female teenager has a platform like this. There's familiarity and fondness, tenderness and vulnerability in the crudeness & vulgarity that is more than ever shown as an adopted front rather than a testimony to true nature of being.
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