Go People and Glass Half Full Productions in association with Park Theatre presents
Daisy Pulls It Off
Directed by Paulette Randall
'A genuinely hilarious, age, colour and gender-blind production of the classic boarding school satire' ★★★★ Time Out
'Stupendously silly but completely charming... Spiffing fun for Christmas' ★★★★ WhatsOnStage
Look out chaps! There’s a new girl in school.
Our plucky heroine Daisy is ready for a topping new term and to take on a jolly ripping mystery in this whizzo family treat for Christmas. In Go People’s anarchic hands, Denise Deegan’s fabulously affectionate parody of 1920s schoolgirl novels is transformed into a riproaring spectacle of ensemble theatrical magic.
Spiffing! Hooray! It’s the perfect addition to your Christmas festivities: a riotous adventure to chase away the winter chills, served with lashings of love from the company behind the Park Theatre sell-out Almost, Maine.
This one’s certainly not just for the kids!
Directed by prolific theatre and television director Paulette Randall (for theatre: Five Guys Named Moe, Play Mas and Fences; for TV: Holby City, River City and The Real McCoy) and starring Pauline McLynn (Father Ted, Shameless), Anna Shaffer (Harry Potter film series, Hollyoaks), Shobna Gulati (Dinnerladies, Coronation Street) and Clare Perkins (EastEnders, Family Affairs).
'We're very much in ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ territory: rehearsed amateurism, fond mockery, physical humour... an ideal seasonal treat' ★★★★ Time Out
'A 1920s Mean Girls... a ripping yarn that is simply spiffing' ★★★★ Reviews Hub
'A lot of jolly good fun' ★★★★ British Theatre
'Filled to the brim with fun, frolics and is ideal for adults and children alike. Truly spiffing!' ★★★★ Spy In The Stalls
'Words fail me! Just brilliant… the most professionally shambolic production you’ll ever see' Fairy Powered Productions ★★★★★
'Unbridled energy and brio' ★★★★ Morning Star
'Light and delightful… a madcap, panto-ish energy' The Stage
'Revived with great brio… the tone and lingo are exactly right ' The Guardian
'What a ripping yarn this is... top hole' Evening Standard
'An evening of fun and festive spirit' UK Theatre
'A perfect alternative to the panto' British Theatre Guide
'A stroke of genius' ★★★★ Theatre Bubble
'It's a jolly-good laugh for all the family, and a great way to end the year!' Upstaged Arts
'If you’re after a ripping laughing this Christmas, but one with a tiny bit of bite, it’s hard to think of a better show than Daisy Pulls It Off.' View From The Cheap Seat
'Trixie, portrayed with superb comic sensibility by Father Ted favourite Pauline McLynn' British Theatre Guide
'Anna Shaffer is the heart of the show' British Theatre