You’re invited to an ‘evening with’ Lucy and Jen hosted in their own home with you as the audience – conversation, songs, shit like that. It’s a boundary-pushing, boozy night in. A souvenir album from a joyride through extravaganza, cabaret, reality, live art, theatre and filth.
Using (and abusing) renditions of songs from hit musicals, Number 1, The Plaza gives a whole new meaning to ‘dirty dancing’. Welcome to the show home, everyone.
A classic night out at Soho Theatre.
‘Heady stuff, very exciting… Genuinely political.’ Mark Ravenhill
Click here to watch Mark Ravenhill in conversation with Artistic Director Hester Chillingworth
Photograph by Ludovic des Cognets
Running Time: 75mins
Age Recommendation: 16+ – full frontal nudity and strong language
‘Number 1, The Plaza…strips away all the illusions of theatre with a vengeful fury. Then it wipes the audience’s face in it.’
‘Compulsive to watch… so hideously hilarious and complex.’
A Younger Theatre
‘The artform itself pushed to the brink of extinction.’