‘Sex is bad. Dirty, filthy, ugly, yucky, slutty, wrong. Sex is wrong. You shouldn’t do it until you’re married, that’s what Ms McGee says’.
Glasgow 2005. Catholic school girl Stacey is sick of being the odd one out. Mum says she’s ‘an immaculate conception...brought by the angels’. Her best friend Kelly has had loads of sex. Boys are mean, and now her dreams of escape and X Factor stardom have been shat on.
‘Immaculate Correction’ is a dark comic exploration about working class Scotland, religion and what happens when your only access to sex education is porn.
Written and directed by Catherine Expósito, former Trainee Director and King’s Head Theatre Junior Associate.
Part of #Playmill
All Tickets £10.00
Box Office: 0207 226 8561
Duration: 60 minutes (no interval)
Stacey- Dani Heron
Michelle- Rachel Jackson
Kelly- Morgan Glasgow
Playwright/ Director: Catherine Expósito
Producer: Alistair Wilkinson
Stage Manager: Ruth Burgon
Lighting Design: Benny Goodman
Set Design: Rachel Moore
Sound Design: Rachael Murray