Fanny & Stella: The Shocking True Story

a play with songs by Glenn Chandler
music by Charles Miller
directed by Steven Dexter

8 May – 2 June

“It will be raw and unvarnished. And tragic. But with laughter and gaiety. There will be love and romance. And drama. And medical examinations. And a painful death.”

Victorians Ernest Boulton and Frederick Park were known and adored as Fanny and Stella. They dazzled in female roles on our nation’s stages – and in clubs and bedrooms from London to the Highlands. Tonight – for one night only! – they present the shocking story of their own rise to fame and fall from grace, via a scandalous trial.

Roll up, roll up for a riotous show about two young friends who to dared to be themselves – whatever the cost.

★★★★★
“Witty, fast paced and totally enjoyable with some great songs and strong heartfelt performances”
Boyz

★★★★
“A fantastic romp”
The Spy In The Stalls

★★★★
“A uniformly outstanding cast… Enjoyable and thought provoking”
Theatre News

★★★★
“Fanny and Stella emerge as heroes fighting to preserve their queer identity… Packed with camp humour and rude jokes… A joyous celebration.”
BritishTheatre.com