Take three smoking nuns who want to revolutionise the church, add incriminating videotapes, a fetish for crochet and a tale of blackmail and you have the recipe for Perform and Give’s debut production, Nuns.
Nuns, Friday 26 , Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 August at 2.30pm at the Etcetera Theatre, is a satirical comedy exploring the role of three nuns wanting to revolutionise the church. Initially fighting for smoking rights, their ambitions heighten when they acquire a saucy videotape.
With an all female cast, Robert Luxford’s play makes it’s UK premiere and asks some interesting questions about the role of women within the church.
Described on Twitter by ITV Responsibility as “exciting”, Perform and Give produces theatre to raise money for charity.
What makes us special is not just what they do, but how they do it. They don’t just strive to create unforgettable experiences for audiences – they remove the barriers that hinder participation and provide opportunity to those looking for a footpath in professional theatre production.
Perform and Give has assembled a talented team of volunteers, some with a plethora of experience in theatre production and some with no experience at all. Both combining to produce a high quality fringe production for a good cause.
For more details and tickets: www.camdenfringe.com.