Two Man Show

A RashDash and Northern Stage co-production in association with Soho Theatre

Two Man Show

  • Tue 6 Sep - Sat 1 Oct 2016, 7pm
  • £12.50 - £17.50

This run of the show is now sold out. Due to popular demand Two Man Show will be back 20 Feb – 4 Mar 2017. Book Now

This run of the show is now sold out. But due to popular demand Two Man Show will be back 20 Feb – 4 Mar 2017 Book Now.

RashDash return with an award winning, genre-defying new hit about gender, language and humankind.

Men have all the power.

John and Dan keep hearing people say that men have all the power, but it doesn’t feel like that to them.

Abbi and Helen are making a show about Man and men. They want to talk about masculinity and patriarchy but the words that exist aren’t good enough, so there’s music and dance too. It’s loud and raucous.

Watch the trailer here

Winner: 2016 Fringe First Award
Nomination: Total Theatre Award
Winner:The Stage Award for Excellence in acting
Winner Three Weeks Editor’s Award

Running Time: 70 mins
Age Recommendation: 16+
Please note at points during the show performers will be naked (non threatening and not sexual nudity)

Theatre Dialogue: RashDash’s Two Man Show

Dialogue Theatre Club is a post-show discussion for people who hate post-show discussions. It works more like a book group: the people who made the show aren’t present, so you can talk freely about what you thought of it. Instead of asking the artists to explain their work, audiences get to share their own views and ideas.

Hosted by theatre critic Maddy Costa and producer Jake Orr, Dialogue Theatre Club is making its second visit to Soho Theatre to discuss RashDash’s Two Man Show. Join us after the performance on Thursday 29 September in the Seminar Room – it’s free, but please book a place in advance.

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‘Smart, potent and exhilaratingly physical attack on patriarchy’ ★★★★ The Stage

‘Tremendously fun, a fizzily provocative romp that crackles with punk rock energy’ ★★★★ Time Out

‘A terrifically generous piece of writing’ ★★★★ Independent

This performance is part of

Who Runs the World? Girls - Autumn Season 2016

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