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The Social Notwork at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre

The Social NotworkThe Social Notwork is a play by Sharon Tracey Wright and directed by Adam Wollerton

You have to Tweet or you’d cry… When they lose their jobs Karen, Marie and Mel decide desperate times call for desperate measures. So they’re going digital to get off the dole. Hey, what could possibly go wrong?

Following a sell-out run at RADA Studios at The Camden Fringe 2015, Narky Knickers Theatre have announced a new Off West End run at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre from April 25 to 30, 2016.

This hilarious new comedy from Narky Knickers Theatre is written by award-winning journalist Sharon Tracey Wright (sharon-wright-agency.co.uk) and directed by ‘young director to watch’ Adam Wollerton (Grim: A New Musical – Charing Cross Theatre/ Rose Theatre Kingston; Full Fat  – the CornerHOUSE Tolworth; The Daily Fail: The Musical – Waterloo East/Arthur Cotterell Theatre; The Lady From The Sea – Rose Theatre Kingston).

The Social Notwork nails the zeitgeist, bringing you all the belly laughs from refusing to go belly up. Whether they’re fuming at a funeral or pushing a poodle up a tree in a panic, these feisty friends fight to survive redundancy in a very funny and truly topical tale for our times

A comedy about mums, bums and social media by Sharon Tracey Wright, directed by Adam Wollerton. The Narky Knickers Theatre production nails the zeitgeist, bringing you all the belly laughs from refusing to go belly up. Whether they’re fuming at a funeral or pushing a poodle up a tree in a panic, these feisty friends fight to survive redundancy in a very funny and truly topical tale for our times.

• Catharine Humphrys as Karen
• Abigail Halley as Marie
• Shereen Roushbaiani as Mel
• Malcolm Jeffries as Ken

The Lion and Unicorn Theatre
42-44 Gaisford St, London NW5 2ED
http://www.lionandunicorntheatre.co.uk/

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