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This May Hurt a Bit

This May Hurt a Bit (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1235315702. Details of all This May Hurt a Bit archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0991564926

Archive Listings

14 May 14
21 Jun 14
The Other Palace
Inner London, Greater London
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7 May 14
10 May 14
Liverpool Playhouse
Liverpool, Merseyside
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30 Apr 14
3 May 14
Bristol Old Vic
Bristol, City of Bristol
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22 Apr 14
26 Apr 14
Oxford Playhouse
Oxford, Oxfordshire
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15 Apr 14
19 Apr 14
Everyman Theatre
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
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8 Apr 14
12 Apr 14
Traverse Theatre
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25 Mar 14
5 Apr 14
Octagon Theatre
Bolton, Greater Manchester
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19 Mar 14Old Operating Theatre
Inner London, Greater London
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6 Mar 14
15 Mar 14
Theatre Royal
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
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This May Hurt a Bit archiveNicholas James is in and out of hospital thanks to his ageing mother and unruly prostate. Or is it the other way round? Lost medical notes, mysterious stains, bodily malfunctions, and a family descending en masse all get in the way of an unexpected - and quite delightful - blossoming romance. In this biting, buoyant new political comedy, Britain's beloved NHS is under the stethoscope. But is it a terminal case? Age recommendation: 14+


Frances Ashman, Stephanie Cole, Natalie Klamar, Brian Protheroe, Jane Wymark (Mariel / The NHS), Tristram Wymark (Winston Churchill / Mr Weaver), William Hope, Hywel Morgan


Author: Stella Feehily
Presented by: Karl Sydow
Producer(s): Octagon Theatre Bolton, Out of Joint
Director: Max Stafford-Clark
Design: Tim Shorthall
Sound: Andy Smith
Lighting: Jason Taylor


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