Dates and Times
Thu 25 July 2019 at 7.15pm
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Presented by Paper Mug Theatre
‘I’m not going to gamble the happiness I have with you for a chance at happiness with someone else – what’s the point?’
Ollie and Laura are in love. Ollie and Laura can’t stand the sight of each other. Ollie and Laura will be together forever. Ollie and Laura are one pot of reduced M&S olives away from falling apart. The last night of a dysfunctional relationship precedes its one-night stand beginnings in this bittersweet heartbreak comedy. Tender, awkward and painfully funny, ‘I Lost My Virginity to Chopin’s Nocturne in B-Flat Minor’ probes the murky line between devotion and destruction in a modern relationship, asking questions such as: when do you hold on tight? When do you cut your losses? And who the hell pre-orders a Chinese takeaway anyway?
‘I Lost My Virginity to Chopin’s Nocturne in B-Flat Minor’ tackles the fear of loneliness, and dependency to the point of destruction.
– 2019 Stella Wilke Award Winner
– China Plate Theatre’s pick for Pulse Festival
About the company
We are a group of three creatives graduating from East 15’s renowned Acting and Contemporary Theatre course. We focus on stories about real people facing real issues. China Plate Theatre awarded our work a place at Pulse Festival, and we are winners of the King’s Head Stella Wilkie Award 2019.
Image credit (c) Paper Mug Theatre