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Seven Crazy Bi**hes - Edinburgh Previews in the Park

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The Old Library, Theatre Delicatessen

39 Wells Way

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SE5 0PX

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Theatre Delicatessen are proud to present Edinburgh Previews in the Park & Something Completely Different!

Some of the most existing shows heading to Edinburgh this Summer, followed by a gig, a singalong or a pub quiz.

Join us on Friday, 28th July at the Old Library for Holly Morgan's hilarious Seven Crazy Bitches, followed by Something Completely Different!

Doors & bar open at 7pm.

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SEVEN CRAZY BI**HES by Holly Morgan

‘One of the highlights of the festival’ ★★★★ Gay Star News

‘buckle in for raucous feminist comedy’ ★★★★ Fringe Guru

Take Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’, put it in a variety of cheap wigs, teach it the juke box of a regional gay bar, roll it in a whole lot of glitter, and- with the help of a friend - you have Seven Crazy Bi**hes.


Join The Diva on a Budget and the reanimated corpse of Shakespeare (Tom Moores) as she ‘guides’ you through the Seven Ages of Woman using only the best cardboard props and finest questionable impressions. Pit stops include seduction techniques via Kate Bush, an interview with the woman who lived in Prince’s head and finding out just how many 2p pieces a man can insert up his foreskin. This is Stand Up Comedy Cabaret (Standaret? Cabedy?) as you've never seen it before, because The Diva’s pretty sure that she just invented it…


Following its premiere and sell-out run at the VAULT Festival, two dates at the Brighton Fringe, this feminist fancy-dress quest to finally hit the wig time is heading for Edinburgh and a 7pm slot in Assembly Hall.



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