Philippa Neels & Co. presents the UK premiere of
by Gregory S. Moss
‘Possibly one of the best productions I’ve seen this year.’ Spy In The Stalls
‘a complete stroke of genius with first class performances’ London Theatre 1
‘Profoundly moving, and much like those elusive memories of adolescene, will haunt you for long afterwards’ Flaming Norma
‘Every scene shakes with the fervid, erratic energy of thwarted youth, perfectly captured in Tom Hughes’ confident and eclectic production.’ BritishTheatre.com
‘A well-executed love letter to the spirit of punk and adolescence… with lots of laugh out loud moments’ The Upcoming
‘Punk as hell… Check it out.’ London City Nights
There’s Duck and there’s Mickey. They’re the kids of America and it’s the 80s apocalypse. They hate their parents and there’s no point in algebra. They’re grabbing at this thing called life: guitars, girls, love, fury, heartbreak and noise noise noise. Punk is their escape from suburbia and it’s like nothing they have ever heard. It’s fast – it’s alive – it’s already dead.
punkplay is a riot of a play told at breakneck pace with a killer soundtrack. It’s a coming-of-age story about subcultures, friendship and not-fitting-in – all on rollerskates.
‘As urgent and concentrated as a punk-rock track and brilliantly funny’ ★★★★★ Time Out Chicago
This production is part of Punk London – 40 years of subversive culture.
Photo: Helen Murray
Please note that the recommended age for this show is 16+ due to adult language and themes.
Rachel Bown-Williams and Ruth Cooper-Brown for Rc-Annie
Latecomers will not be admitted.
Concession prices are available Mon-Thu and for all matinee performances.