How to Use a Washing Machine

How to Use a Washing Machine

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Growing up is hard. Learning how to use a washing machine is harder.

From the team that brought you last year’s main-stage production of Candide comes a brand new musical.

Cass and James return to their childhood home to pack up their things for one last time. As they put years of memories into boxes and bags, the past comes rushing back, and growing up suddenly doesn’t seem so easy.

How To Use A Washing Machine is a show that will:

  • make you laugh
  • make you remember flying the nest
  • remind you to look for cats next time you use the tumble dryer.

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By Joe Davies & Georgie Botham

 

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