WIN! Tickets to The Penetration Play at Above The Stag Theatre 💋

Fancy getting your hands on a pair of tickets to Winter Miller's lesbian dark comedy?


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Described by The New York Times as “Cracklingly funny. An erotically charged comedy about the flexibility of sexual identity,” The Penetration Play is a new play by Winter Miller.

 

Rain is in love with her best friend, Ash. It's possible Ash feels the same way. Except that now Ash is falling for Rich to the delight of her mother, Maggie.

 

Over the course of an evening, all three women will experience the bittersweet consequences of desire. This verbally taut dark comedy brings to life that little-known adage: If at first you don't succeed... seduce your best friend's mother.​

 

 

Playing from 26 June for a limited time only at London's Above The Stag Theatre on Albert Embankment​, here DIVA and Above The Stag are giving you the chance to go along for free —​ not a bad way to spend a Friday, eh?

 

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T&Cs

DIVA have 10 pairs of tickets to give away for The Penetration Play on Friday 29 June 2018.

Tickets are non-transferable, no cash value to tickets.

Accomodation and transport are not included​.

 

 

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