Tanya Truman Productions in association with Park Theatre presents
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Directed by Kayla Feldman
Here’s the shtick: Ari is caught between two worlds. Still living at home in North-West London, she has her Jewish life, dominated by overbearing parents, traditions, and expectations. Then there’s her day-to-day life - the job, the pub, the foreskins.
Written and performed by Deli Segal, Pickle is a darkly comic uproarious simcha of a one-woman show about being Jewish and secular in the UK today. Expect smoked salmon, guilt and a large dose of self-deprecation.
After a sold-out run at Park Theatre's Come What May festival, Pickle returns to Park90 for a limited two-week run this November.
‘always funny… a joyful celebration of what it means to be a Jewish woman' ★★★★★ The Theatre Weekly
'Segal’s writing is sharp and consistently lands… a charming tale of belonging’ ★★★★ Always Time For Theatre
‘Rich in feeling, humour and vitality, bringing a love for culture and life that is humbling to watch’★★★★ Everything Theatre
‘the makings of a Jewish Bridget Jones' ★★★★ The Jewish Chronicle
'Very funny’ ★★★★ Reviews Hub
'Hilarious, raw and honest’ Lost in Theatreland
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