“An anti-romcom… Barron is a daring and radical voice”
★★★★★ Evening Standard
“We must be the women of the future standing here in this bathroom because we look like sex and power, we look like sex and power, and you don’t even know it, standing there in that motherfucking pantsuit.”
“Sex into dance, and dance into sex… flips between laughs and stunned silences.”
Jeanine is determined to improve her life. With sex. With dance. With new hobbies, like horticulture. But self-improvement is hard. Reclaiming your dreams is hard. And personal hygiene is really, really hard.
A new show from writer Clare Barron (★★★★★ Dance Nation, Almeida) and director Jay Miller (★★★★★ This Beautiful Future, ★★★★★ The Crucible).
“Our bodies are wild and our sexuality is wild… And it’s weird that we don’t talk more openly about it.”
Clare Barron in The Guardian.
The show runs at 1 hour 45 minutes with no interval.
There is a captioned performance at 7:30pm on Wednesday 20 November.
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Prices increase as the theatre fills – the earlier you book the cheaper it will be, and preview tickets start at £12.
Locals get 30% off all tickets with a free Yard Local Card – sign up online.
U26s can get £5 tickets on the door to all performances that are not sold out with #NoEmptySeats.
This show contains themes some people may find distressing. We go into more detail on them here.
Age guidance: 16+
There is strobe lighting.
Access tickets are priced as concessions and can be booked online. We offer free tickets for companions and these must be booked over the phone (0333 320 2896) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org