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Sick! Festival Still No Idea

Fri 20 September - Sat 21 September

SICK! Festival: Still No Idea

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Recommended Price £15. Concessions £5. Everyone else – you decide!

* Ticket price on the door £15

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Lisa and Rachael want to make a show, but there’s a problem: they don’t have any ideas.

So, who do they turn to? The Great British Public of course!

Still No Idea is Lisa and Rachael’s quest: a mischievous look at two friends searching for drama, action, and a story to tell. Part-verbatim theatre, part-confession, part-comedy sketch show with a bit of singing and dancing thrown in. Turns out getting the public to write your story is quite an adventure.

Bunny in association with Ellie Keel Productions and Traverse Theatre
written by Lisa Hammond, Lee Simpson and Rachael Spence
originally co-produced by Improbable and The Royal Court Theatre

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Audience Reactions

Reviews

‘Hypocrisy-smashing new show about disability that’s hilarious, clever and depressingly vital viewing’

The Stage

‘A lucid, delightfully ironic and politically piercing 80 minutes’

The Guardian

‘Hammond and Spence are sincere, incessantly funny and have the rapport perfectly suited to leaping from humour to pathos in a matter of minutes. Essential viewing’

What’s On Stage

‘Gliding from irreverence to hilarity to bleakness and back again.. genuinely innovative’

Disability arts online

‘This is a deceptively simple, touching and moving show that will challenge everyone who is lucky enough to see it.’

Broadway world

‘This self-penned two hander may be the funniest and fiercest of them all to date’

Arts desk

‘Deft insight, charm and beautiful storytelling. Their relationship is steadfast and relaxed, with a strong and secure comic rhythm that delivers their infectious humour.’

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