Immaculate - a Finn-Brit Players' production
Join us for a light-hearted tale of virgin birth. Oliver Lansley's 'Immaculate' is a story about a young, free and single woman who claims she hasn’t had sex for over nine months. But she is most definitely pregnant. So, who's the father?
According to the director, Graham Lees, "'Immaculate' is strange, farcical, inventive, surprising and provocative, but, ultimately, it is entertainingly hilarious. Warning come Spoiler Alert: it is adult themed, there is a lot of swearing, and it covers religious themes. How would an immaculate conception be received in the 21st Century? An intriguing question resolved every night from February 7th to 14th. Please come with an open mind. And we’ll try not to close it.”
Our InterNations event is on Thursday, 7 February at 19:00 but you may choose any of the other performance dates at the same special price.
Protected content is an intimate little theatre but there are only 35 places and tickets normally sell very quickly during the last week before opening night. So book your place now to avoid disappointment.
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