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Happy Meal by Tabby Lamb

Touring Aug 4 - Sept 24 2022

A Roots and Theatre Royal Plymouth co-production

In association with ETT and Oxford Playhouse

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“Gender is life tbh. It's like time too I guess. It kinda doesn't exist, but our world revolves around the expectations we put on it.” 

10 comedy shows you shouldn’t miss, The Guardian 

Pick of the Fringe: The Times, BroadwayWorld!

★★★★★ Fest Mag, North West End UK, Theatre Scotland

★★★★ The Times, The Guardian, WhatsOnStage, The Scotsman, The Stage, ScotsGay, ReviewsHub, The Wee Review

Join us for an online show irl. Travel back to the quaint days of dial up and MSN, where you'll follow two strangers on their journeys to become who they always were. 

 

A funny, moving and nostalgic story of transition. 

 

From teen to adult, 

From MySpace to TikTok, 

From cis to trans. 

 

The world premiere of Tabby Lamb’s Happy Meal is a joyful queer rom-com where Millennial meets Gen Z and change is all around. Exhilaratingly staged by Roots and Theatre Royal Plymouth and directed by Jamie Fletcher, fresh from her acclaimed production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch (★★★★★ The Stage). 

 

Age guidance 12+. 75 minutes no interval.  

@rootstouring  @TRPlymouth #queerhappymeal 

 

Happy Meal is supported by Arts Council England, Backstage Trust and Plymouth City Council. 

Sam Crerar (they/them)

Cast

Tabby Lamb (they/she)

Writer

Ben Stones (he/him)

Set and Costume

Kieron Johnson (they/them)

Lighting

Jennifer Bakst (she/her)

Dramaturg

Tom Robbins (he/him)

Production Manager

Emma Martin (she/her)

Marketing

Allie Daniel (she/her)

Cast

Jamie Fletcher (she/her)

Director

Daniel Denton (he/him)

Video

Eliyana Evans (she/her)

Sound

Steven Atkinson (he/him)

Producer for Roots

Hugh Borthwick (he/him)

Head of Production, Theatre Royal Plymouth

Michelle Manghan (she/her)

Press

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