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Crick Crack Club: Tales of the Rabbit God at Soho Theatre

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Time 20:00
Date 28/05/18
Price £10

Down a oft-forgotten side-street, in the districts of desire, is a shrine to the Chinese Rabbit God, Hu Tianbao. Here love and gender are not tightly bound by rule, law or social expectation.

Performer and storyteller, Clare Murphy stumbles into the Rabbit God’s court, looking way beyond ‘boy meets girl’ she unearths a veritable sweet shop selling every possible flavour of attraction and the myriad nature of sexual identity.

Clare Muireann Murphy can’t help but make friends with her audiences…it’s just the way she is. Born in Dublin, Clare has lived in Spain, America and Galway, and currently resides in Bristol. A physical and witty performer, she has performed in festivals and theatres across the world.
‘Murphy’s charm and wit sparkled around the room, illuminating the darkest corners of her tales.’ - Oxford Culture Review

‘A sheer delight! For those thirsty for a different type of show this is a must see.’ - Everything Theatre

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COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of tickets to attend Crick Crack Club: Tales of the Rabbit God at Soho Theatre at 20:00 on Monday 28 May. To enter the competition, send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.

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A: .1) Horse .2) Moonrat .3) Mountain Pygmy Possum .4) Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat