Evita Too - cancelled
This event has been cancelled.
We are sorry to announce that due to personal reasons Sh!t Theatre are no longer able to present Evita Too at Norfolk & Norwich Festival.
We were looking forward to presenting Evita Too and welcoming Sh!t Theatre back to Norwich, and hope it won’t be too long before they are able to return.
If you have already booked for this event you will receive an email with more information about your refund.
Multi award-winning, performance art duo Becca and Louise present their widely-acclaimed, performance art musical about the first ever female president… whose name is… um…
Direct from a sell-out run at London’s Soho Theatre, the two-time Fringe First award winners bring ‘anarchy with bags of humour – slyly sliced by more serious concerns’ (Independent), in the show about a woman Andrew and Tim wish they could’ve written.
‘A hilarious, sinister comedy about the ethics of populism and the heartbreak of loss. The Sh!ts are proving themselves to be an unlikely pair of state-of-the-nation playwrights’ **** The Guardian
‘Packed with emotion and wildly funny’ **** The Stage
‘Anarchic performance legends Sh!t Theatre return with another superficially shambolic masterpiece. They make incredibly profound arts in an incredibly ridiculous-looking way’ **** Time Out
Writer/performers: Rebecca Biscuit, Louise Mothersole
Directurg: Adam Brace
Choreography: Lydia Cottrell
Lighting Design: Jo Palmer
Production Manager: Jen Smethurst
Age guidance: 16+ frequent nudity
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Concessions: 10% off tickets priced £10 or over for D/deaf or disabled, Full-time students, Go 4Less cardholders and Jobseekers
Under 18: £7.50
Young NNF: £7.50 tickets for ages 18-25 with our FREE YoungNNF membership. Sign up here
Essential Companions: Any audience member requiring an essential carer/companion can get one free ticket. Relevant discounts or concessions still apply to the paid ticket.
Presented by Show And Tell. Supported by Old Diorama Arts Centre, Norwich Arts Centre and the Eccles Centre for American Studies at the British Library