Touring Sophie

Thank you to all of the lovely people who came to see “Finding Sophie” at Bådteatret, Uteater in Odense, Aprilfestival in Frederikssund, CPH STAGE 2015 and at all the different schools around Denmark.

We’re looking forward to sharing Sophie’s story with many more people when continuing our tour in Denmark and beyond in 2015/16.

Theatres, venues, schools, colleges and others interested in “Finding Sophie”, please contact us, or see scenen.dk for prices and practical information.

BEMÆRK: Forestillingen er refusionsberettet under Kulturstyrelsen. Se mere på Kulturstyrelsen hjemmeside

 

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FasterPussycat presents the brand new play “Finding Sophie”

FasterPussycat return to Bådteatret with the world premier of this piece of new British drama.

 

Sophie is a typical teenager. She parties with her friends and argues with her mum. The usual stuff. Then one day she vanishes, and the race is on to find her. After all, sixteen year old girls don’t just disappear into thin air do they?

Time is rapidly running out in this new play, based on the real-life nightmare that shatters thousands of families every year.

Follow the polive investigation and the people nearest Sophie in their desperate attempts to unravel the truth.

Humour, music and movement complement the spiky English text to tell this twisted tale. All the parts are played by one actress.

The play is approx. 50 minutes long and is performed in English.

PLAYING DATES: 12.- 20. September 2014 at 8pm pm on week days and 5pm on Saturdays.

TICKET DETAILS WILL BE POSTED HERE SOON

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Catastrophic Sex Music

Thanks to everybody who came to see Catastrophic Sex Music at Bådteatret in Nyhavn. We had a great time with great audiences!

We are looking forward to continuing our journey with Catastrophic Sex Music. A tour of the UK and Denmark in 2014 is under development.

Watch the trailer:

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Catastrophic Sex Music is written by the young exciting British playwright Bysshe Coffey. He has called the play “a short, sharp shock” and “from the unconscious bladder of my mind”

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