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The F Word

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27-30 January 2021 7.45pm Online

“They've given me six weeks. Like the summer holidays. Except I won't be going back after this one. Six weeks until the end... and we're gonna f*cking make the most of it.”

Seventeen-year-old Jacob and Tommy are ordinary teenage boys with an ordinary friendship, who happen to find themselves in a rather extraordinary situation. Why? Because Jacob is dying. A comedy drama exploring the wonder of teenage friendship and youthful positivity, even when the odds are set against you. This isn't a story about death. It's a story about life, friendship and a funeral.

‘The F Word’ by Conor Hunt, was originally produced for Edinburgh Fringe 2017.
 

Q&A: The performance will be followed by a 30 minute Q&A session, where the cast and crew will talk about the digital-theatre experience and answer questions from the audience.

Performances:  7.45pm

Location: Digital performance, live on Zoom

Tickets:  £5

Content warning: Contains strong language and sexual references.

Booking

Our bookings are handled by TicketSource - which we can recommend to other venues.

There is a small booking fee (3.45%) which is explained on our TicketSource pages.

Telephone bookings can be made with TicketSource on 0333 666 3366, these bookings incur a further charge of £1.75

If you have problems with your booking, or wish to exchange it, email us at boxoffice@progresstheatre.co.uk

Note that we cannot offer refunds, but you can exchange your tickets for another performance by emailing the above.

Past events

Past shows at Progress Theatre - Past Seasons

2020

2019

2018

2017

2016

  • Wolves - December
  • 11th Annual WriteFest - November
  • Dracula - October  
  • The Long and the  Short and the Tall - September
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream - July - Caversham Court Gardens
  • Daisy Pulls it Off - July - Progress Youth Theatre
  • Humble Boy - June
  • Suddenly Last Summer - May
  • Stones In His Pockets -  April
  • Marat/Sade - March
  • Steel Magnolias - February
  • The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - January

    2015

    • The Hidden Truth - December - Progress Youth Theatre
    • Brontë - November
    • The 10th Annual Writefest - October
    • Two-Way Mirror - September
    • The Merry Wives of Windsor - July - at Caversham Court Gardens 
    • Gormenghast - July - Progress Youth Theatre
    • The Weir - June
    • Talking Heads - April
    • Animal Farm - March
    • Gaslight - February
    • The Three Musketeers - January

    2014

    • Mojo - December - Progress Youth Theatre
    • Noises Off - November
    • The 9th Annual WriteFest - October
    • Darwin and Fitzroy - September
    • Love's Labour's Lost… And Won - July - at Caversham Court Gardens 
    • The Roses of Eyam - July - Progress Youth Theatre
    • God of Carnage - June
    • Not About Heroes - May
    • Lady Windermere's Fan - April
    • Trainspotting - March
    • Bold Girls - February
    • The Wolves of Willoughby Chase - January

     

    Past Seasons...