Narcissist in the Mirror

Presented by Nothing To Declare Productions

*Winner - Best New Play, 2017 Manchester Theatre Awards*
*Winner - Best Spoken Word Show - 2017 Manchester Fringe Awards*
*Ed Fringe 2018 SellOut Show*
*Optioned for TV by Lime Pictures*

A dark comedy about life, ambition and millennial expectation. Narcissus is a love addict, a staring artist and a lost soul searching for self worth.

Laced with acerbic wit, punchy dialogue and intricate spoken word; Narcissist In The Mirror is an honest account of self exploration, as rip roaring as it is poignant and heartfelt.

"The New Fleabag" - Radio Times
"Brilliantly Entertaining" - British Theatre Guide
"Poignant, funny and sharp-witted" - Scottish Daily Mail

Theatre & Performance
Varies27 Feb — 03 Mar
Pit - The Vaults, Leake Street
Varies
£15.00
1hr 00m
12+
Combo OfferComedyDramaMember OfferSpoken Word
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About the company

Nothing To Declare Productions

Rosie Fleeshman graduated from Rose Bruford. She's an actor, writer and multi spoken word slam champion. She is currently developing a TV pilot of the show for Lime Pictures who have optioned the piece. Narcissist In The Mirror is her debut.

Director Sue Jenkins has worked for over 40 years in Theatre, Radio and TV. Lead TV Credits Include Coronation Street (4 years), Brookside (11 years) Beiderbecke Affair, Holby etc. She has been directing theatre for the last 15 years and is thrilled to have worked with her daughter on her writing debut.

Producer Alex Slater graduated from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. He has worked for the BBC and Channel 4 as an actor and works regularly as a spoken word artist. He founded Nothing To Declare Productions in 2018 alongside Rosie Fleeshman.

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Press & Reviews

Northern Soul *****
Bunbury Magazine *****
Canal Street Online *****
Young Perspective *****
Deadline News *****
Northern Soul ****
The Radio Times - "The New Fleabag"
The British Theatre Guide - "Brilliantly entertaining"
The Scottish Daily Mail - "Poignant, funny, sharp-witted"
The Manchester Theatre Awards - "A superbly acted and witty play"
Fringe Review - "Highly Recommended Show"