Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour Tickets
Duke of York's
Booking from: Tuesday, 9 May 2017
Booking until: Saturday, 2 September 2017
Running time: 1 hour 45 minutes (no interval)
Age recommendation 16+
Prepare thyself for: really rude language, flashing lights, pyrotechnics, lots of sexual references, excessive drinking, and extensive use of the smoke machine.
Tuesday, 9 May 2017
Saturday, 2 September 2017
1 hour 45 minutes (no interval)
Winner of the 2017 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour transfers to the West End for a strictly limited season following hugely successful runs at the National Theatre, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and a smash-hit UK tour.
From the creator of Billy Elliot (Lee Hall) comes the uplifting and moving story of six Catholic choir girls from Oban, let loose in Edinburgh for one day only. Funny, heartbreaking and raucously rude, Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour is adapted from Alan Warner’s brilliant novel about six young friends on the cusp of change and is directed by Royal Court Artistic Director Vicky Featherstone.
Featuring the songs of ELO, Our Ladies is a glorious anthem to friendship, youth and growing up disgracefully.
Prepare thyself for 24 hours of holy chaos. Contains singing, hilarity, Sambuca and strong language.
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Sublime singing. Fizzingly vivacious. Exactly what the West End needs. Evening Standard
A sweary, funny brilliant breath of fresh air Time Out
Rude, raucous and irresistible The Independent
An absolute blast, full of filth and fury, wit and wonder. Exhilarating. The Times
What to expect:Acting:
based on 5 reviews
fantastic female energy - and a reminder of what teenagerhood means
Not for those of a nervous disposition. There's plenty of swearing and sexual references. It probably won't suit those without excellent English skills - there is plenty of very rapid Scots dialogue. BUT if you're not in these categories, I'd thoroughly recommend it as a fabulous all-female cast throws heart and soul into a funny, sad, moving, musical experience which captures the uncertainty, angst, fun and friendships of adolescence.
Alyson London Box Office customer
We left halfway through. It was unadulterated drivel with a putrid fountain of bad language and bodily functions magnified throughout. Can London's West End really not produce better than this?
Daryl Ann London Box Office customer
lorna London Box Office customer
Edgy++. These girls super- talented!
Rhia London Box Office customer
Fabulous singing and harmonies
Stephanie London Box Office customer
12 Aug 2016 in Reviews
Simply knowing that this play is about a gang of underprivileged 16 year old convent girls on a choir trip, and a glance at the poster, which shows them scruffy and sprawled all over each other, and you have all you need to know about this show.Read more
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