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Panti: High Heels in Low Places

Panti: High Heels in Low Places
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Funny, levelheaded, thought-provoking and bristling with an undertow of anger. ★★★★★
TV Bomb

Details

    Start date9 Aug 2016
    End date14 Aug 2016
  • TicketsFull price £20.50 / Standard concession £15.50 / Other concession £8.50. Preview £14.50/£8.50.
    Genre Comedy, Festival, Performance, Theatre,

    Scottish Premiere
    ThisIsPopBaby and Soho Theatre

    The Queen of Ireland, PANTI, invites you into her gender discombobulating, stiletto-shaped world, exposing the stories behind the make-up – from performance giant to accidental activist – to reveal the National F*cking Treasure she is today.

    In 2014, Panti landed herself in a legal shitstorm, dubbed 'Pantigate'. Her speech about homophobia went viral, was broadcast around the world, remixed by Pet Shop Boys, caused
    a parliamentary meltdown, and fed into Ireland’s marriage equality referendum success.

    Hilarious and poignant, Panti traces her journey from smalltown boy kicking against traditions; to towering plastique woman in false lashes making history.

    www.thisispopbaby.com / @PantiBliss

    Preview
    Mon 8 Aug, 8pm

    Preview Tickets
    Full price £14.50
    Concession £8.50

    Dates
    Tue 9 - Sun 14 Aug
    Note: Click on 'Book Now' for day to day times. 

    Tickets
    Full price £20.50
    Standard concession £15.50
    Other concession £8.50

    See our Box Office page for full pricing and booking information.

    Venue 
    T1

    Age Recommendation
    16+

    Note
    Contains adult themes, audience interaction and strong language.

    Image by Sally Jubb

    • Panti

      Writer, Director & Performer
    • Phillip McMahon

      Director
    • Jennifer Jennings

      Producer
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      The Stage
    • A show that leaves lipstick traces on both heart and mind. ★★★★
      The Guardian
    • Sharp, Radical, perceptive, hilarious and full of fun.★★★★
      The Scotsman
    • Punch-the-air brilliant. ★★★★
      Time Out
    • A fabulous mix of old-school camp and vital cultural commentary. ★★★★
      All Edinburgh Theatre
    • Charming, hilarious, self-deprecating and filthy. ★★★★
      SGFringe
    • Hilarious, fascinating and unbelievable. ★★★★
      British Theatre Guide
    • A very interesting look at the man behind the make up.★★★★
      West End Wilma
     
     

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