Jeremy Goldstein and Time Out Live presents

PENNY ARCADE: BITCH! DYKE! FAGHAG! WHORE!

Jun 27 2012 - Jul 22 2012

Created, Performed & Written by Penny Arcade

Video appearances from Taylor Mead and Ron Vawter (1948 – 1994) reading Lenny Bruce (1925 – 1966)

Bitch! Dyke! Faghag! Whore! is one of the most exuberant events ever to emerge from New York’s downtown art scene. Blending outrageous humour, razor sharp satire, theatre, cabaret and erotic go-go dancing with uplifting audience dance breaks, B!D!F!W! propels the anarchic into the mainstream creating a freedom of speech anthem and political provocation for our times.

An international hit in 25 cities – don’t miss London’s alternative pre-Olympic bash as it lights up the capital for a strictly limited season.

Erotic go-go dancing and drinks from 7:30pm for 8pm start Wed-Sat, and 5pm for 5:30pm start Sun so get there early!

CONTAINS ADULT THEMES AND CONTENT

http://www.pennyarcadenyc.net/

Find out more here

Wednesday 11th and 18th July

special guest Jonny Woo

Co-directed and Designed by
Steve Zehentner
Cast
  • A Man to Pet
  • Sasha Allen
  • Emily Barnett-Salter
  • Robert Davidson Beach aka NineBob
  • Lydia Darling
  • Bianca Borlant
  • Andrea Carrucciu
  • Richard Causer
  • Russell David
  • Leslie Deere
  • Eirini Devitt
  • Gede Foster
  • Andrea Pelone
  • Gemma Sanchez
  • Rhyannon Styles

Photos by Theodoulos Polyviou

REVIEWS

★ ★ ★ ★ "A landmark production...has got to be the smartest, most quotable theatrical party in town. Audacious and irresistible" Donald Hutera, The Times

"A one-of-a-kind performance spectacle...This is the most powerful, passionate, political, provocative, personal and pertinent show in town…. Arcade herself is a life-enhancing life force, like a cross between Ruby Wax, Bette Midler, Pamela Anderson and Danny DeVito, all rolled into one." Mark Shenton, The Stage

"Maybe not for Michael McIntyre fans, but an utterly unique comedy experience" Evening Standard

"Hot & hysterically funny" New York Post

"Comedy of scorching candour" Guardian

"Acute, humane, unmissable" Time Out

"Beg, steal a ticket" Newsweek

"So exhilarating that I went back to see it a second time, and a third, and fourth" Out Magazine, USA