Wendy Hoose

Birds of Paradise and Random Accomplice in association with Soho Theatre present

Wendy Hoose

  • Tue 12 Apr - Sat 7 May 2016, 7.30pm. Thu & Sat matinees 3pm
  • £10 - £20

★★★★ ‘Warm, funny and full of heart’ The Stage

WENDY HOOSE
/wƐndihƱs/ noun: Scottish dialect for a wee toy house

Mismatched lovers Laura and Jake just want sex. Late Friday night drunken Tinder sex. Nothing more. No strings attached. But when fantasy doesn’t quite measure up to reality, both are forced to ask: what do they really want?

In ‘snarky, eye-rolling tone’ (Whatsonstage) Scottish theatre companies Birds of Paradise and Random Accomplice bring their ‘no-holds-barred, eye-wateringly funny’ (Edinburgh Guide) comedy to London.

Exploring sex, love, body image – with vibrators and baby alarms – Wendy Hoose is an ‘outrageously funny’ (Guardian) and deeply touching comedy with a twist.

All performances include audio description, BSL and animated surtitles in the comedic style of the show.

Running Time: 65 mins
Age Recommendation: 15+
Contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature

Tickets
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£10 Under 26 tickets (Mon/Tue evenings and matinees)
£10 Tue 12 – Wed 13 Apr (previews)
£17.50 (£15 ) Fri 15 – Tue 26 Apr
£20 (£17.50) Wed 27 Apr – Sat 7 May
£15 (£12.50 concessions) Thu and Sat matinees

Post show Q&A with the company
Sat 16 Apr, 8.30pm
Part of Red Button Theatre Events in association with Bertha Dochouse

‘This comedy is a rare gem and one for all kinds of theatre-lovers.’
★★★★ Upcoming

‘This show looks knockabout, but don’t be fooled – though very funny, it has plenty of depth and heart’
★★★★ Stage

‘A gorgeous, cheeky and out spoken comedy of bad manners’
★★★★ Scotsman

‘Rude, ribald and hilariously off-colour.’
★★★★ Guardian

‘Unstintingly well acted, totally on the mark and painfully funny.’
★★★★ Herald

‘A well executed piece of theatre, that does not need morally good labels to define it.’
★★★★★ Theatre Bubble

‘Unashamedly vulgar, but with a compassionate core, Wendy Hoose is a bold, entertaining and sensitive production.’
★★★★ List

‘Bawdy, uninhibited… the play is amusing throughout.’
Reviews Hub

‘The weight behind the dialogue lasts well beyond Wendy Hoose’s curtain call.’
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This performance is part of

A Nation's Theatre Festival 2016

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