It's a Motherf**king Pleasure
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It's a Motherf**king Pleasure
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It's a Motherf**king Pleasure London Reviews and Tickets

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Funny, Bold, Thought-provoking, Irreverent

About the Show

Disability-led theatre company FlawBored's exploration of the monetisation of identity politics.

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135 Reviews | 11 Followers
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Funny, Thought-provoking, Bold, Irreverent

See it if you want to explore a complex issue through humour and have your own reactions tested. You enjoy theatre that experiments with the form.

Don't see it if you can't laugh at yourself. You are uncomfortable exploring ideas around disability. You don't like swearing. Read more

Critic Reviews (5)

The Arts Desk
May 1st, 2023

“ ‘It’s A Motherf**king Pleasure’ has elements of plenty of other festival shows that trace their roots in farce, in alternative comedy and in political theatre, but it hurtles through expectations at breakneck speed, exploding them sometimes before they’ve had time even to form.”
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The Stage (UK)
April 27th, 2023

"It’s wickedly funny but, vitally, valid points are being made about the ruthlessness of identity politics."
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The Guardian (UK)
April 30th, 2023

“With keen humour and nothing off limits, ‘It’s a Motherf**king Pleasure ‘is a bumpy ride but a bright beginning.”
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All That Dazzles (UK)
April 28th, 2023

“ ‘A Motherf**king Pleasure’ is a form-breaking smash hit...Its 65-minute run time feels like not enough – I could have spent double that time in the company of these performers, each of whom is outstanding in their own right.”
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Everything Theatre (UK)
April 28th, 2023

"This is a very funny and enjoyable production, poking fun at superficial, woke behaviour in relation to identity politics and tapping into anxiety about doing the right thing."
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