Big Boys Don't Cry 6

    Big Boys Don’t Cry

    • SHOWING
    • 26 Jan -
      29 Jan 2022
      26 Jan - 29 Jan 2022
    About

    Brought to you by Opposable Thumb Theatre, Nordland Visual Theatre and the London International Mime Festival.

    Dik and Adam have made a new show. They had the brilliant idea of making a show about themselves, about being men. After gleefully digging beneath the surface, they soon realised that things can get very messy.

    In a riot of colour, dance, clowns and puppets, Dik and Adam take you on a hysterical journey that is full of heart, but close to the bone.

    Big Boys Don’t Cry, the latest production from the makers of Coulrophobia, an “endlessly watchable, sublimely entertaining double act” (Total Theatre), is an emotionally ridiculous story about manhood.


    Cast

    Dik Downey

    Adam Blake

     

    Crew

    Director Emma Williams

    Writer in the Room Vic Llewellyn

    Music and Sound Simon Preston

    Costume Kelly Jago

    Production Manager / Lights Chris Collier

    Movement Laura Dannequin

    Construction Dik Downey & Emma Powell

    Producer Ali Robertson

    • RUNNING TIME65 mins
    • AGE RECOMMENDATIONN/A
    • TICKETSStandard £16 / Concession £12
    • VENUE

    8pm

    Standard From £16 / Concession From £12 (Tickets and prices subject to availability)
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    COVID SAFETY MEASURES
    All Factory Theatre performances on sale from August 2021 are currently sold with social distancing in place. This means there is distance between different groups in the auditorium, plus a range of measures that enable your safe journey through all of the building. We may increase capacity and relax measures once we are certain it’s safe to do so, however we will guarantee at least one socially distanced performance per week for all shows with a run of at least five performances – see more below.

    Read more about our Covid safety measures this winter.

    Priority on sale Monday 29 November
    General on sale Thursday 2 December

    Reviews
    • *****

      “Two performers at the peak of their clowning powers”

      The Wee Review, Edinburgh on Coulrophobia by Opposable Thumb Theatre
    • “A fabulous and totally mad adventure”

      Playstosee on Coulrophobia by Opposable Thumb Theatre

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