Hung Theatre are bringing a collection of six brand new plays to The King’s Arms in Salford in March.
‘Snowflakes’ is a collection of six new plays, written by six up and coming writers, all written to the theme of ‘The Snowflake Generation’.
The plays all vary in theme and structure creating a mixture of theatre on the night. Prepare to laugh, cry, get angry and ultimately be offended.
The plays on offer are as follows:
Minefield by James Butterfield
Being careful with words is getting more and more difficult these days.
Think of England by Eleanor Cartmill
‘They say every single one is different to the other…’
Lovin’ It by Joe Clegg
It’s 4 in the morning. The clubs are shut. You can’t walk. Or talk. But before you pack it in, there’s one last stop
3rd November by Kathy France
I’m 20 years old and I’ve never encountered instant attraction. I don’t think it’s ever going to happen.
In All Fairness by Tayiba Sulaiman
Underrepresentation of people of colour damages their self-perception. But that’s okay in a world where you can just stick a Plaster on it.
Your Mum’s a… by Lewis Woodward
Often regarded as the most offensive word in the English language, but what if someone called it your mum?
Snowflakes will be performed at The Kings Arms on the 25th & 26th March at 7:30pm. Tickets are available here for just £7.
The plays contain very strong language and sexual content – so any snowflakes that may take offence are advised to steer clear.
An overly sensitive or easily offended person, or one who believes they are entitled to special treatment on account of their supposedly unique characteristics.
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— Hung Theatre (@HungTheatre) January 14, 2019