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Me, as a Penguin

Me, as a Penguin

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Stitch is hitting Hull’s gay scene. Or dipping his toe in, while staying with his heavily-pregnant sister Liz and her shabby sofa-loving partner Mark. But why won’t Stitch let anyone into the bathroom even though Liz is dying for a pee? And who is the man in the giant penguin costume? A bashful exploration of misfits, identity and family told through the whimsical comedy of knitting, penguins and Battenburg cake.

Duration: 1 hour 30mins with no interval

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Performed by the University of Oxford Students

In association with Nick Hern Books

By Tom Wells

 

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