Lucy McCormick: Post Popular
A strange concoction of shocking sexual acts, unpredictable shifts in mood and historical truth, Lucy McCormick’s Post Popular is a delight to watch!
Why You Should Watch Lucy McCormick: Post Popular
Following an immensely successful run of her Triple Threat, a show that defied all genres in its exploration of the New Testament, Lucy McCormick is bringing another wild and raunchy show to London’s Soho Theatre. There’s a little of everything - wit, humor, history and an incredible collection of bawdy scenes. From start to finish, the show is absurd. Yet, the truth that it wishes to convey is clearly perceivable. The show demands audience participation. As the show nears its end, however, Lucy’s muck-coated stage, submissive assistants, hedonistic attitude and overall vulgarity begins to bleed a sliver of truth. High-energy dance routines are interlaced with completely unscripted icebreakers and jests. Post Popular is a wild, rare gem that only Lucy McCormick could have pulled off successfully.
The show is centered around four of the most influential women in history. Lucy McCormick moves from playing one character to another, adding raunchy and outright shocking bits throughout. From the raging Boudica to Anne Boleyn during her execution, Lucy is relentless in her brutally truthful representation of historical figures. The show’s trashiness and crassness are aptly matched by its ingenious exposition. To add to the unpredictability of the show, Lucy frequently adjoins her own impromptu elements to the performance. The rulebook is torn to shreds as Lucy actively involves the audience in her fascinating demonstrations of dancing, crawling, and a range of obscene activities!
Comedy Lovers | Fans of McCormick’s Triple Threat | History Buffs
“McCormick rips up the rulebook with Post Popular, a hedonistic history lesson that is trashy, volatile ... and honest.” - The Guardian
“McCormick is an astonishingly accomplished performer.” - Exeunt Magazine
Know Before You Go
Photo and video recording are not allowed during the show
This is a strictly 18+ production due to strong sexual content, language, and nudity. ID proofs might be required for entry
The Soho theatre houses a total of 150 seats
Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theater is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly
All West End show tickets are non-refundable.
You will get an email confirmation with your Lucy McCormick voucher. Please display the same on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID.