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Tickets for Vulvarine: A New Musical are now available!
Following runs at the Edinburgh Festival and The Other Palace the superhero you never knew you needed is soaring into London’s King’s Head Theatre. Vulvarine tickets are only available through 6 July, so book now to be sure you catch a glimpse at our heroine before she’s off to her next adventure.
Vulvarine, saviour of womankind!
Bryony Buckle is about as average as average can be. Her work days are consumed by mind-numbing office work with the occassional distraction of thinking about what’s for lunch and fantasising about Orson Bloom from the IT department. But that all changes after a dose of hormone therapy gone awry and a well-timed lightning bolt. Bryony finds herself with new superhero abilities and a brand-new persona to go with them. Meet Vulvarine, saviour of womankind. Where does all that money from the tampon tax go? Can she unmask The Mansplainer and learn his dastardly plan? Grab your tights and cape (and let’s face it your spanx and a heavy-duty sports bra) because it's hero time.
Vulvarine cast and creatives
Vulvarine: A New Musical is brought to you by Fat Rascal Theatre, the creators of the sell-out hit Buzz: A New Musical. This show has a book and lyrics by Robyn Grant in cooperation with Daniel Foxx on lyrics. Music is by James Ringer-Beck. The show is directed by Siobhan Cannon Brownlie. The Vulvarine cast is headed by Allie Munro as Bryony Buckle/Vulvarine. She is joined by Robyn Grant, Katie Wells, Jamie Mawson and Steffan Rizzi.
Vulvarine: A New Musical is only playing at the King’s Head Theatre in London through 6 July. Don’t miss your chance to catch the making of a new superhero. Book your tickets now to guarantee a front row seat to the action!
Running time1hr 15min (no interval)
Performance dates11 June - 6 July 2019.
ContentThis production is recommended for ages 14+. Contains strong language. Contains mild violence.
Fiona Biddle3rd July
What an absolute treat! We go to the theatre every week, usually to one of the main West End theatres, and the quality of this was every bit as good. Such fun!
Lisa Ann Manicke30th June
I thoroughly enjoyed the show. It was funny, relevant... Well done!