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Image Credit: Alicia Clarke
Image Credit: Alicia Clarke

Freud The Musical

A One Woman Show about Sex, Madness and Medicine

14 March 2018 – 18 March 2018 | Visit website | Book tickets

Based on the true-life account of Sigmund Freud’s cocaine abuse this comedy gleefully annihilates the father of modern psychology in a flurry of cross-dressing and dick jokes.
Writer, composer and performer Natasha Sutton Williams will take on the roles of Sigmund Freud and his patients, including the raging lesbian Dora, the anal Rat Man and Little Hans - the original Freudian mother****er. The production features thirteen original songs, with music provided by a live pianist and a soundscape of looped voices created each night.
 

Freud the Musical is at VAULT Festival, Waterloo 14-18 March 7.45pm
Tickets: £11.50
 

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