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Ha-Hum-Ah present ‘Oh No It Isn’t!’ Festive Show

Friday, December 23

They’re the best of sisters on stage but the worst of friends off it…

It’s the final performance of Cinderella in a moth-eaten, regional theatre and backstage tensions threaten to boil over onstage.

Will the egotism, one-up-manship and politics remain confined to the dressing room? Will the ugly sisters keep the professional professional and the personal personal? Will we ever find out what happened during Babes In The Wood?

Based on a lifetime of experience onstage and backstage Oh No It Isn’t! is a hilariously funny and beautifully moving new play exploring the highs and lows of life in the theatre.

Written by Great British Pantomime Award nominee Luke Adamson and using real anecdotes and stories it is an impassioned yet tender love letter to the world of performance.

Directed & Produced by Ben Kernow and staring John Gregor & Darren Seed.

9-24 December 2022
at Barbican Theatre, Plymouth
For ages 12+ (contains some strong language)
Tickets £13.50*/£16.50
Book tickets: https://barbicantheatre.co.uk/whats-on/oh-no-it-isnt/

★★★★★ “If I laugh this much at any full blown pantomimes this year, then I will be most surprised. As entertainment goes – with depth to it – then you will not get better than this.” ReviewsGate

“It’s brilliantly funny, madcap and slapstick combined with poignancy…not to be missed” Sandie Coleman

*Our Concession tickets are what we consider ‘ self described’. We don’t want money to be a barrier to people attending live events and performances. So if being able to pay the lower price for your ticket helps, we are happy for you to do that. You will not be asked to provide evidence of your income or circumstances. There are limited number of these concession price tickets and once they are gone, they are gone. Please be mindful of this when booking these tickets. #BeKind

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