(...)Prty Grl

Theatre (solo show, stand-up)

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  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
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Claire is an actor – not a very popular one. She’s putting up a one-woman show to change that. (The Wake of Ur Problematic Fav) Prty Grl documents the highs and lows of the raucous, licentious, outrageous creation of a young woman’s early 20s. Wine-soaked with commentary on addiction, family, (pop)cultural domination, post-modern apathy and the theatrical industrial complex itself, it might just become a smash hit if she can actually commit – to the bit, and to herself.

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  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
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  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

  • Stairs: 20+
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Rebecca P 34 days ago

Saw this completely spur of the moment with no idea what it was about and really really enjoyed it, was a really interesting, well performed show

Sam Gower 38 days ago

An existential nightmare. Brilliantly and energetically performed, this show is great.

Lilith Allen 38 days ago

A really fantastic one woman show with a particularly interesting format. Really funny and definitely makes you think!

Benjamin Mead-Boulton 38 days ago

A high speed chain of thought , that flits in every direction. Claire has you giggling along one moment , then tugging at your heart strings the next. The laptop monologue is sublime, it has you wanting to hold out a hand in support. I should have been on a train, I'm so glad I decided to stay and watch instead.

PJ Vickers 38 days ago

PRTY GRL by Claire Tumey at GREENSIDE Infirmary

A fragmented, stream of consciousness from this hipster-tragic millennial, who knows the party is over but can never leave. So many ideas here, in a dexterous performance, which might not be everyone’s shot of vodka, but I found it captivating, hysterical, moving and provocative.
Self-seeking fights self-loathing, as this ADHD addict claws at her compulsions - like the dark night of Lindsay Lohan’s lost soul.
Tumey makes a meta virtue of incoherence and puts more physicality into the tiny playing space than most folk can muster on the grand stages.

Tumey is a striking, intelligent talent; if this piece is too much for you - the self-obsession and denial of reality - then I would say, let’s see what she does next. One to watch. I hope she doesn’t burn up before she begins.
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Audience Member 40 days ago

Wow! What a tonic. Somehow the character(s) that Claire Tumey creates simultaneously charm, haunt, and devastate you...all while making you question- was that funny? or am I laughing because I'm worried for her? A proper good time with bits of introspection that leave you considering your own state of sobriety and how that relates to your capacity for creation. Sarah Elizabeth Yorke's direction accompanied by Hannah Bird's design fill the studio with joy, chaos and endless surprises. 4 Stars

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