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The Catalogue of Sexual Anxieties

19 - 28 Sept 2024

The Hysterical Ladies presents 'The Catalogue of Sexual Anxieties'

**** “It's a bold original” ****

"If the Andrew sisters sang about
Genital warts and masturbation"

“A strikingly sexy trio reveal the hidden unspoken secrets of femininity”

A Musical Cabaret exploring the sexual awakenings & escapades of Three "Hysterical" Ladies! Just like Monty Python and the Holy Grail, three women find themselves on a quest. A quest on behalf of women everywhere to figure out one of life's ultimate questions: Am I sexually normal? With original music inspired by the Andrew Sisters, they journey through hysterical chapters that reflect on personal journeys of sexual anxiety, repression and even liberation!


Written by: Aniqa Charania, Charlotte Szabo, Marion Poli
Music by: Patrice peyrieras
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Date & Time: 19th - 28th September at 7:30pm

Running time: 1 hour 20 minutes

Content Warnings: Strong language and adult themes

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.

Any donations will help us to survive beyond the current times. Donations will also help support independent arts and theatremakers - an essential step in preserving the future of fringe theatre. 

Venue: White Bear Theatre

The White Bear Theatre was founded by Michael Kingsbury in 1989 and has helped develop some of the countries leading theatre makers including Joe Penhall, Sharon Horgan and Dennis Kelly. It has also hosted work by a new generation of practitioners including Ruby Thomas, Poleroid Theatre, The Ugly Sisters and Martha Watson Allpress.

The White Bear is joining The Lambeth Fringe in 2024 with a programme of exciting new theatre. Enjoy pre & post-show drinks in the stylish White Bear bar and garden. Theatregoers also get 10% off food by simply showing their ticket or digital confirmation!

Please note this is an ‘umbrella venue’ -the shows have already been programmed as part of the Lambeth Fringe and this space is therefore not available for artists to apply to.

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