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Triple Threat by Lucy McCormick

Triple Threat by Lucy McCormick

A TRASHSTEP-DUBPUNK MORALITY PLAY FOR THE MODERN WORLD

Following her smash-hit sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Soho Theatre, post-popular prodigy Lucy McCormick and her Girl Squad finally bring their provocative, subversive cabaret retelling of the greatest story of all time to Hastings!

Casting herself in all the main roles, Lucy attempts to reconnect to her own moral conscience by re-enacting the New Testament via a nu-wave holy trinity of dance, power ballads and absurdist art.

‘Joyously depraved’ Time Out

‘Lucy McCormick has the moves of Beyonce, the lungs of Christina Aguilera and the morals of a punk iconoclast’ The Scotsman

★★★★★ Time Out    ★★★★★ Three Weeks

★★★★ The Stage  ★★★★ Whatsonstage

★★★★ Festmag    ★★★★ The List

★★★★ Scotsman    ★★★★ The Herald

Tickets

Tickets available online with a limited number on the door

Triple Threat is part of the Knotty festival of perfomance taking place from 6-9 June 2019.

Buy a Knotty Festival pass for just £45/40 conc

Special Ticket Deal:  Buy tickets for Salty: Queer Performance Party and Lucy McCormick on Friday 7 June together for just £15

Access 

This event is happening in the upstairs area of Printworks, please email katy@homeliveart.com for access details.

More about the artist

McCormick’s frenzied underground club acts have grown without light in contexts including Duckie, Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, Dalston Superstore and The Glory and they are about to spill out of the gutter and hit the roof. In this hour long show Lucy invites you to join her in airing out some festering dirty laundry. Inspired by East London’s queers, queens, squatters and strikers.

With guest Entertainment Direction by cabaret and performance art superstar Ursula Martinez.

Triple Threat has been commissioned by hÅb and Contact for Works Ahead, with support from Soho Theatre and Marlbourgh and funding from Arts Council England.

Images by The Other Richard

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