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Sinead Parker


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        All Our Friends Are Dead

All Our Friends Are Dead

Join Katie Norris and Sinead Parker for an evening of dark, surreal and anarchic sketch comedy. Filled with dubious characters and satirical songs; think The League of Gentlemenmeets Julia Davis, Father Ted and Brass Eye, but with quiche, gin and Disney. We will introduce you to Cordelia and Ophelia; the gothic twins forced into separation after Macbeth their pantomime horse accidentally kills their parents; Brian the northern agoraphobic with a penchant for terrible mullets and rocking horses and the Tyldesley Widows; the North West's premier choir made up entirely of widows. Furthermore, join Norris and Parker themselves as they struggle through their "Tory hell" quarter life crisis unable to afford cheese and other luxury items. Having been shackled together at drama school by a shared birthday; Katie and Sinead found common ground in their love of dark comedy and wild, interpretive dance which inspired them to write and perform comedy of their own (along with the occasional dance).

written by Katie Norris and Sinead Parker

1st Produced:
Manchester 24:7 Theatre Festival    Jul 2013


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