“Well, if Jerry Springer can have an opera named after him, I don’t see why I can’t have a play” – Patricia Quinn
You’re locked in a cupboard with two women at a Rocky Horror convention. Help! Their fates lie with a Chorus of lip-licking, pelvic-thrusting Patricia Quinns in this glorious, unashamedly silly comedy.
First produced by the 5065 Lift at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, August 2004.
The play subsequently transferred to the Hen and Chickens Theatre, London.
JACKIE, a housewife: Charlotte Palmer
PAULA, a schoolgirl: Sheena Irving
PATRICIA QUINN 1, a domestic: Fiona Paul
PATRICIA QUINN 2, a diva: Felicity Wren
PATRICIA QUINN 3, a bunny-girl: Elicia Daly
Directed by Sam Hoyle
“Utterly superb” – Scotland On Sunday
“delightfully dotty” ★★★★ – The Sunday Times
“Neither the script nor the cast disappoint” – The Scotsman
“a complete delight” – Sunday Express
“Genuinely funny and superbly silly this is a truly original piece” ★★★★ – The List
“Carr’s comedy may be daffy but it’s great fun” – The Guardian
“lots of fun, kinda crazy, kinda cool” – Fringe Report
Edinburgh PREVIEWS …
“The first lady of fishnets” – The Guardian
The life of Rocky Horror Show diva Patricia Quinn is being celebrated in a play. And she’s in it. By Michael Coveney
“Edinburgh festival: The quintessential Magenta” – The Sunday Times
Patricia Quinn will make three guest appearances in a play named after her at this year’s fringe, says Jackie McGlone
And an interview Pat did with [sci-fi-online] in 2006, where she talks about the play …