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Not F**kin Sorry

This week NOT F**KIN SORRY returns to Soho Theatre - this time in the main house - after selling out the upstairs studio.


NFS is a queer, punk crip-reclaiming cabaret led by neurodivergent and learning disabled performers Emma, Adam, Steph and DJ. They unapologetically take you through their lived experiences with an evening of luscious lip-syncs, sweaty dances and verbatim stories. Ultimately the audience must decide - who is worthy of life?

The pandemic has shown us a stark picture of how disabled people and artists are treated in this country, it is more necessary than ever before for us to take up space and advocate for our voices.

Their show is a rallying cry to show we can take up mainstream space, that it is wanted, needed and we are not f**kin sorry for doing it!

Tickets are available here - https://sohotheatre.com/shows/not-fkin-sorry-2/

A BSL interpreted performance takes place on the 1 September.

If Central London is a stretch for you they are also doing dates in Leicester, Manchester as well as Unlimited Festival at the Southbank Centre

Unlimited: https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/performance-dance/not-fkin-sorry-cabaret

Leicester: https://attenborougharts.ticketsolve.com/ticketbooth/shows/1173631341

Manchester: https://contactmcr.com/shows/not-your-circus-dog-not-fkin-sorry/