New fringe show!

One week today, the pandemonialists will be taking our brand-new fringe show to Morecambe. We can’t wait! We’ve talked about writing another show ever since we took the first one to Edinburgh Free Fringe back in the olden pre-pandemic days, but it’s taken us till now to get round to doing it. Emma Purshouse kicked our arses into gear by pulling together a script, and since then we’ve edited it, rehearsed it, (almost) learned our lines, and started gathering an impressive array of props.

Now, we’re ready to share the show with the good people of Morecambe as part of their Fringe Festival. They were good enough to award our previous show the accolade of “best adapted show during a global pandemic”, and it’s safe to say that’s something we hadn’t seen coming. But we’re suckers for a few kind words, so we’ll be heading back up the M6 next Saturday to tread the boards once more. They say you should write about what you know, so it probably won’t come as much of a surprise to learn we’ve set the show in a pub. Again.

If you’re in that Lancashire neck of the woods, and fancy joining us, the show will be in the Morecambe Playhouse at 5.15pm on Saturday July 23rd. You can book a ticket in advance online, or take a chance and turn up on the door. Details of all the shows – including ours, of course – are here. And if you can’t make it, please spread the word to folk you know who can. Thanks!

P.S. Midlands folk, we’ll be bringing this show to the Arena Theatre in Wolverhampton on October 8th. We’ll share ticket details as soon as we have them.