Following the debauchery of a group of wealthy, mostly male Oxford student club members and their raucous evening in the back room of a local family pub, the narrative is being turned on its head to examine the nature of privilege from the other side.
Originally led by Game of Thrones star Hannah Murray, who had to drop out for personal reasons, the all-female cast will take to the stage at The Pleasance Theatre in North London.
Choosing an all-female cast is a poignant move, drawing attention to the glaring inequalities that minorities in the upper echelons of society face. Misogyny is a potent thread in the narrative, and we look forward to seeing how the issues play out in an all-female production.
Directed by off-West End award winner Cressida Carré and produced by the Can’t Think Theatre Company, Posh will run at The Pleasance from 29 March.
|What||An all-female Posh, Pleasance Theatre|
|Where||Pleasance (Islington), Carpenters Mews, N Road, London, N7 9EF | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Caledonian Road (underground)|
29 Mar 17 – 22 Apr 17, 2:00 PM – 10:00 PM
|Price||£17.50 – £25.00|
|Website||Click here for tickets and booking information|