Milk Presents 

Bullish

Part of Camden People's Theatre Come As You Are Festival

Thursday, 27 September, 2018 to Saturday, 29 September, 2018
The Walker Studio, Theatre Royal Wakefield
Bullish

Written and Directed by Lucy J Skilbeck

“I am a bull. I am a bull…ish. I live between worlds. Slip between myths with dexterous leaps. Do I scare you? How about now?”

From the makers of smash hit Joan (Off West End, Fringe First and Stage Award winner) Milk Presents bring you Bullish. Bullish pits ancient mythology against modern gender navigation to furiously disrupt, traverse and rewrite the rulebook. Stepping into the ring with a gender fierce ensemble of hopers and renegades, Bullish is a story about packing, passing, and gambling your way out of the labyrinth.

A new mythical play with songs, negotiating ancient and new territories in trans-masculine gender and identity. This show drops a proverbial bull into a china shop and hopes it breaks everything.

Come As You Are Festival
When did you come out as male? Or female? Camden People’s Theatre will be taking over The Walker Studio with a host of performances and workshops from gender- anarchists with more questions thananswers. Headlined by the award-winning show Bullish by Milk Presents, the festival will celebrate and interrogate all the world’s issues regarding female, male, between and beyond. It’s not going to be pretty – but it might just be beautiful.

Performances of Bullish will be captioned using The Difference Engine; delivering captioning or audio description direct to mobile devices.

★★★★
‘A radical message in a populist show, wringing new meanings from an ancient myth’ 
What’s On Stage

★★★★
‘A triumphant piece of theatre that is entertaining and thought-provoking in equal measure’
Everything Theatre

BULLISH Teaser Trailer 3 from Camden People's Theatre on Vimeo.

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Theatre Royal Wakefield, Drury Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF1 2TE

Wakefield Theatre Royal and Opera House was designed by Frank Matcham and opened in 1894.