Dates and Times
Tue 16 – Wed 17 November at 9pm
Featured in our 2021 Autumn Season.
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Presented by Liv Ello
After their first sell-out solo show SWARM at CPT last year, Liv Ello is back with this work-in-progress of their new solo show interrogating the relationship between class and gender in Britain through anti-drag persona, Jack The Mack.
He’s a lover and a fighter
He’s a cheeky little blighter
He’s a mod and he’s a punk
He’s a commy and a drunk
Some say he’s posh and he’s a queer
Or are those just the things he fears?
So grab a pint and ponce a smoke
And see if Jack’s really a bloke
Through the nostalgic lens of Britpop, classic sitcoms and potato smileys, Liv Ello combines a raucous blend of music, comedy and monologues to subvert and disrupt class-based portrayals of masculinity.
OH GENDER, UP YOURS!
Praise & Criticism for Liv Ello:
“mind blowingly brilliant” – Sue Odell, casting director
“when d’ya think you’ll get a real job?” – Betsy, Liv’s nan
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
This performance addresses themes of transphobia, homophobia and classism.
This performance contains strobe lighting, haze and smoking.
If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by emailing [email protected].
About the company
Liv Ello is a queer actor, writer and theatre maker based in South East London, making work that seeks to provoke and entertain, with compassion at the heart of it all. Recent credits include: Transforming The Narrative (Theatre Deli) This Queer House (Network Theatre/VAULT festival), SWARM (Camden People’s Theatre) and The Boyfriend Experience (Hampstead Theatre).