Livestream: Sh!t Actually at HOME

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Theatre in Manchester

Sh!t Actually at HOME Manchester, Manchester 12 — 22 December 2020 Entrance is free — Visit now

This is an online stream of a live performance taking place on the HOME stage.

Packed with sparkling live song, queer love stories and a good dose of festive politics, Sh!t Theatre are back in Manchester just in time for Christmas.

Sh!t Actually is a brand-new show for the festive season and offers an adults-only alternative to the well-known Hollywood Christmas themed rom-com.

Described as ‘rising stars of performance art’ by The Telegraph, Sh!t Theatre have received rave reviews for their previous shows, DollyWould and Drink Rum With Expats, at HOME Manchester.

Sh!t Actually at HOME Manchester, Manchester 12 — 22 December 2020 Entrance is free Visit now

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