Living A Little

The Rosemary Branch

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19:30 - 20:30
Over 16

What should you do in a zombie apocalypse? Well, according to Rob and Paul, just try to have fun. Because what is the point of surviving if you’re not going to live a little? We meet Rob, the typical try-hard, laddish bloke and his best friend Paul, the complete opposite, living the cushty life with their TV, iced cocktails and video games. Meanwhile Penelope has been out on the road, fighting to stay alive. And when Penelope enters their surreal world, fighting, killing, drinking, drugs, dancing, and singing ensues.

Contains strong language and even stronger banter.


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The Rosemary Branch
2 Shepperton Road, London, N1 3DT

East London

Nearest station:
Old Street (Tube)


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The Rosemary Branch does a bit of everything in a cosy atmosphere. After work drinks, catch up with friends, Sunday...


Rosemary Branch Theatre

The Rosemary Branch was once a Victorian music hall, and so theatre and performance are soaked into its beams and rafters. The legend goes that such greats as Charlie Chaplin, Marie Lloyd and many others performed here. The Rosemary Branch Theatre is managed by interactive performance company Unattended Items, who take over as residents from June 2016. Unattended Items is led by artistic directors Genevieve Taricco and Scarlett Plouviez Comnas, and you can see what else the transatlantic duo are up to at 2016 marked the 20 year anniversary of Cecilia Darker and Cleo Sylvestre as artistic directors of the theatre, who have now both decided to take a back seat in order to pursue New Adventures. Under their stewardship, the Rosie has blossomed – winning Best Fringe Theatre Award (2010) from Fringe Report, Best Neighbourhood Theatre Silver Award from Smooth FM, and Most Welcoming Theatre (2013 & 2016) from the Off West End Awards. They have worked tirelessly for two decades to provide an eclectic mix of entertainment, and to provide a safe and supportive place for all areas of emerging talent.

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This play is brilliant, it takes you through a roller coaster of emotions. An absolutlely must see at the Edinburgh fringe. I will be going to it again! well done to all the cast and writer Finlay Bain/Rob. Visited The Rosemary Branch on 2016-07-11
by on July 16th, 2016

Fantastic play!! Really wasn't expecting it to be so funny. Book of Mormon funny. I was crying with laughter at points. Would recommend to everyone who is not easily offended and loves banter, including those who don't like zombie films / plays.
by on July 14th, 2016

This was the best play I've ever seen. Rob the main part was an actual triumph. A must see at the Edinburgh Festival in August!! Well done to the whole cast! Visited The Rosemary Branch on 2016-07-11
by on July 14th, 2016

Hilarious, heart wrenching, shocking and brilliant. Absolutely loved it. Congratulations to the cast and crew - looking forward to seeing it in the Edinburgh Fringe this August, see you soon! Visited The Rosemary Branch on 2016-07-11
by on July 13th, 2016

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