– An Seanchaí

Jude just wanted a coffee but was thwarted by all the yummy mummies and their offspring in the café blocking her way to the counter. She kicked a pram in frustration. It went down the stairs. (Was the child in it?! “Je ne regrette rien.”) Now Jude has been ordered to take anger management classes and little sister Susie tags along for fun. As the sisters open up to each other through it all, stories kept in the dark come to light.
Written by UK’s award-winning playwright Sadie Hasler, Pramkicker is a hilarious and heartbreaking comedy about the modern woman. A Canadian premiere starring Siobhán Keely and Calum Peppard. Directed by Rob Kwade. Stage Management by Alison Kolisnyk.

7 thoughts on “Pramkicker

  1. See this play. It is funny, raunchy, well written and well acted. Avoid if you do not enjoy coarse language or relatable and insightful social commentary… I will probably see this again.

  2. Great show. Funny, dramatic, very real. The acting was sensational. Well done!

  3. Thoroughly entertaining play, both hilarious and touching. So impressed with both actors’ abilities to evoke emotion! I would highly recommend!

  4. Amazing chemistry in this cast. Such a well done performance. I laughed from start to finish. 10/10

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