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SICK

Georgia Kelly

Fri 10th Mar - Sun 12th Mar
20:15,19:45,14:30 (
70 mins)
Theatre
LGBTQIA+ Voices / New Writing / Working Class Voices
Tickets from £13
Venue: Network Theatre
Age Guidance: 15+
Contains strong language and themes/mentions of homophobia, transphobia, alcoholism, mental illness, self harm, and family dysfunction.

Lou is fine. Lou is totally fine. Except that they’re skint again, her family don’t know she’s a lesbian, and their friends are all pretending that the sh*tty things they did in school didn’t really happen – Oh, and her deadbeat dad has resurfaced with cancer after 20 years. But no biggie. (Yes biggie.)

Bringing together the caustically funny and the awkwardly devastating, ‘SICK’ unceremoniously boots us all off our little pedestals and forces us face whether we’re really letting ourselves be seen for who we are – It just boots Lou extra hard.

Supported using public funds from Arts Council England.

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Fri 10th Mar
8.15pm
Network Theatre
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Network Theatre
246A Lower Road
Sat 11th Mar
7.45pm
Network Theatre
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Network Theatre
246A Lower Road
Sun 12th Mar
2.30pm
Network Theatre
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Network Theatre
246A Lower Road
Sun 12th Mar
7.45pm
Network Theatre
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Network Theatre
246A Lower Road

Georgia Kelly

Georgia Kelly (they/she) is a playwright and actor based in the West Midlands. They write what they know, which is mostly being queer, working class, and mental in this particular part of the world. ‘SICK’ is their first play. Their second, ‘blood’, was commissioned by China Plate as part of First Bite Fest 2022. They have other stuff in the works in 2023, keep an eye out.

Cast & Creative Team Writer & Performer: GEORGIA KELLY
Dramaturgy: TABBY LAMB
Direction: TRACEY STREET


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