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Dolts, Doormats and FGM: theatre to make you physically sick

But Theatre 503’s unflinching look at the practice of genital mutilation is sophisticated and unpreachy

30 August 2014

9:00 AM

30 August 2014

9:00 AM


Southwark Playhouse, until 13 September

Little Stitches

Theatre 503

Wow. What an experience. A 1991 movie named Dogfight has spawned a romantic musical. We’re in San Francisco in 1963. Eddie is a swaggering, shaven-headed Marine and Rose is a shy, awkward waitress. Come to a party, he says. She refuses, prevaricates, reconsiders, accepts. They reach the venue; he ignores her.

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