“I left feeling elated” and “I can’t remember when I last laughed so much” are just a couple of the glowing audience responses to hit cabaret about lady parts, Laura-Doe’s Vaudeville of the Vulva. Take a look at the glowing feedback from fans of the show, then rush to book your tickets.
‘Even though I’ve heard it lots of times I still find it really informative’: Director Penelope Chater on Vaudeville of the Vulva
“Watch the feather duster!” That’s the ambiguous advice from director Penelope Chater, whose production, Laura-Doe’s Vaudeville of the Vulva, arrives at the Bread and Roses Theatre next week. Watch her interview, then book your tickets!
‘Are we all only two mistakes from homelessness?’: Caroline Gray on the inspiration for Taking Liberties
How did a comment that stuck in the mind, an Olivier Award-winning playwright and TV show Shameless combine to help create new comedy Taking Liberties? Playwright Caroline Gray and director Stephanie Silver explain. Read their interview then book your tickets!
‘We have been conditioned to diminish the potential for pleasure that is present in our bodies’: Laura-Doe Harris on Vaudeville of the Vulva
Why did entertainer and somatic sexologist Laura-Doe Harris begin performing her international hit cabaret about female sexuality, what are the myths she’s still trying to dispel and how did a call from her Mum spark her imagination? Discover this and more in her interview about Laura-Doe’s Vaudeville of the Vulva, then book your tickets!
PHOTOS: Take a peek at myth-dispelling cabaret, Laura-Doe’s Vaudeville of the Vulva
A nun, a professor and cushions you wouldn’t expect to see adorning your Nan’s sofa – Have a first look at these production images from Laura-Doe’s Vaudeville of the Vulva, then book your tickets!
NEWS: Comic cabaret Laura-Doe’s Vaudeville of the Vulva comes to the Bread and Roses Theatre
Comedian and singer/songwriter Laura-Doe comes to London’s Bread and Roses Theatre next month with her hit one-woman cabaret about female genitalia Laura-Doe’s Vaudeville of the Vulva. Book you tickets now!
NEWS: Bread & Roses Theatre host new comedy Taking Liberties
Taking Liberties, a new comedy about a woman trying to leave old habits behind and build a new relationship with her brother, will play a limited one-week season at the Bread and Roses Theatre this month. Time to book your tickets.
FEATURED SHOW: The reviews are in for ★★★★★ hit Starved
Reviewers are calling Michael Black’s new squat-set play Starved a “must see show”, while audiences have taken to Twitter to say they are “totally blown away”. We’ve rounded up some of the best responses – take a look then book your tickets!
PHOTOS: Peek behind the scenes at rehearsals for the premiere of Starved
The rehearsal room for new play Starved looks far too luxurious for the setting of a new dark comedy set in a squat in Hull… but needs must. Take a look at performers Michael Black & Alana Connaughton in action, then book your tickets!
‘We need to be casting the net further afield’: Playwright Michael Black on writing Starved and encouraging working class communities into theatre
“The North of England is full of such interesting and spirited communities, loads of wonderful, surreal, striking people. I’ve known so many, yet I don’t really seem to see them in the theatre as audiences or characters.” Playwright and performer Michael Black is trying to change that with Starved. Read what he told us then book your tickets!
NEWS: Tale of toxic couple Starved premieres at Bread & Roses Theatre
New production about a couple on the run, holed up in a squat on a northern estate, Starved, the latest show from Faded Ink Productions, premieres at the Bread and Roses Theatre later this month. Grab your tickets for the gritty dark comedy now!