A Series of Unfortunate Breakups
Written by Lucy Burke
Directed by Imogen Beech
What sounds better than a play about relationships, break ups & makes up! sounds like my life! Well check out the fab show ‘A Series of Unfortunate Breakups’, It looks like it’s set be a top bloody show, so get reading then get booking your tickets.
If you want a chance of winning some FREE tickets (I did say free, you’re right) Tweet @actorawareness #UnfortunateBreakups with your funniest breakup in 6 words or less!!!
‘Some Riot Theatre’ presents ‘A Series of Unfortunate Breakups’, a new comedy about love, loss and Harry Styles.
“Being a teenager is hard enough, but it’s even harder if your soulmate is a global superstar who doesn’t actually know you exist…”
Watch three young couples try (and fail) to battle their way through the modern world of sex and dating with catastrophic yet hilarious results. Fresh from a sell out run at Camden’s Etcetera Theatre, ‘A Series of Unfortunate Breakups’ explores what happens after the happily-ever-after and is truly a show not to be missed if you want to learn what NOT to do in the big, bad world of love.
The play was created by writer Lucy Burke. After graduating from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in the Summer of 2015, Lucy went on to create ‘Some Riot Theatre’ a new company made up of drama school graduates dedicated to creating, producing and performing new works. The play is the company’s debut play. It is currently being previewed in selected venues around London, before going on to the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
A Series of Unfortunate Breakups Valentines Day Special
Sunday 14th February at 20.00
Venue: Camden Comedy Club,100 Camden High Street, London, NW1 0LU.
Tickets £7 (£6 concessions)
WIN TICKETS BY TWEETING @SomeRiotTheatre @actorawareness and in 6 words describe your funniest breakup
SEE YOU THERE