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Needs must. Needs lust.

Meet David – gay, disabled and profoundly horny. He can’t eat, drink or shower by himself – let alone the rest. Totally inexperienced, he embarks on a sexual and romantic odyssey, armed with a fierce brain and impressive nudes (that he has to get someone else to take). But can David keep it casual whilst also relying on round-the-clock care? Can he manage the thrill and uncertainty of random hook-ups after a lifetime of knock-backs?

Hilarious, challenging and heartbreaking, ANIMAL won the inaugural Through The Mill Prize (Hope Mill Theatre supported by Jonathan Harvey), and was shortlisted in the top five for the Papatango Prize out of more than 1,500 entries.

Jon Bradfield co-wrote Above The Stag Theatre's acclaimed series of queer adult pantomimes, most recently Dick Whittington – A New Dick in Town (★★★★ The Guardian, ★★★★★ The Stage), and he wrote Missing Alice for the BBC and Old Vic. Josh Hepple is an activist with severe cerebral palsy. He has a masters in law and teaches at various universities. He has been a theatre reviewer, and is an equality trainer and a writer-journalist at The Guardian and Huffington Post

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ANIMAL Ticket Information

  • Booking until:

    Saturday, 20 May 2023

  • Running time:

    2 hours (incl. interval)

  • Age restrictions

    16+ This production contains strong sexual references and language.

  • Important Information

    16+ This production contains strong sexual references and language.

    Access Perfrormances
    Captioned: 5 May 7.30pm
    Audio described: 12 May 7.30pm (with touch tour at 6.30pm)

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    Once booked, tickets to ANIMAL are usually non exchangeable and non refundable as per our terms & conditions. In practice, however, we will do our best to accommodate your request as long as we are notified at least 48 hours before the performance. Please contact us for more information.

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Crammed full of witty observation and razor sharp humour.

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All reviews are from customers who have been invited to leave a review just after seeing ANIMAL.

Please note the reviews below are from an old production of ANIMAL.



Loved this show great story moving funny and so real

K Reviewed on 29 April 2023 by
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21 Apr
Stuart King

Review: ANIMAL at Park Theatre

by Stuart King | Friday, April 21 2023, 22:20

ANIMAL currently enjoying a short run at Park Theatre, received considerable critical praise on its opening in Manchester earlier this year and it’s not difficult to understand why. The creative team behind the story of a young disabled gay guy who is dependent upon his three carers (Matt Ayleigh, Amy Loughton and Harry Singh) but is desperate for a sex life (preferably with some dating involved), have created a big hearted, funny and informed piece of theatre.

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