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26 Sept 2024

Rosalind Hull presents 'FLIRT'

'Dating can be dangerous, especially when you’re a flirt.'

The dark comedy follows the story of a self proclaimed ‘dating addict’ who uses sex to distract her from her own despair and lonliness. The short play interrogates the rising concern for womxn's safety alone at night and male violence against womxn.


Date & Time: 26th September at 8:30pm

Running Time:  30mins

Content warnings: 18+ strong language and adult themes

Social media: @rosalindhullart

Latecomers may not be admitted. ​Ticket purchases are non refundable.

Concession prices apply to students; under 18s; pensioners; those on disability and unemployment benefits; Equity, BECTU & SDUK members.

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Review for Baggage by Rosalind Hull

while Baggage may be ‘fiction’, at its core are emotional truths that ‘reek’ of authenticity. Peppered with plenty of humour, Hull is able to broach the darkest and ‘unsayable’ of subjects with pathos.” - Breaking the Fourth Wall

Venue: The Bread and Roses Theatre

Home of The Lambeth Fringe, The Bread & Roses, is an award-winning and innovative fringe pub theatre.

A 50-seat fringe venue above The Bread & Roses Pub, the theatre programs a wide-spread variety of productions for local as well as far-reaching audiences. Equality, diversity and artistic quality are at the forefront of the theatre's programming, which features in-house productions as well as many visiting companies. The theatre regularly hosts touring shows and has worked with award-winning ensembles with decades of experience but also frequently welcomes and supports emerging theatre-makers taking their first steps. The programme includes new writing, contemporary revivals, reinvented classics and occasionally also devised work, improvisational theatre, comedy events, family shows and physical theatre.

Theatre: Capacity 50, full rig, lighting desk and sound system. Projector and mics hireable.

Perfect for: Theatre, new-writing, WIP, solo shows and boundary pushing work.

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