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Hannah Gadsby’s tenth solo show was Nanette. It did alright.
Nanette played around Australia and the UK for 18 months, taking out the top prizes at the Melbourne and Edinburgh festivals before sitting down in New York and dropping a Netflix special in June 2018 that won her a Peabody Award and started a global conversation that continues today.
The uproariously funny Douglas is part lecture, part stand-up and part tongue-in-cheek tirade. And it’s all heart- The Australian
While Nanette was a random barista, Douglas is a very specific dog, and the only thing they have in common is they’ve inspired Hannah to put pen to paper and turn out a show you couldn’t possibly expect. Hannah found her voice with Nanette, and with Douglas she plans to use it.
The stand-up stage has been Hannah’s home for more than a decade, and the last couple of years have given her a few very new ideas to think and talk about in her brand new show.
Please note: This performance will be a phone-free experience. Use of mobile phones, smart watches, smart accessories, cameras or recording devices will not be permitted in the performance space. Upon arrival at the venue, all phones and smart watches will be secured in Yondr cases that will be opened at the end of the event. Guests maintain possession of their items at all times.
Makes me laugh in ways that hurt- Time Out
Gadsby maintains a masterful control of her craft- The Age
Douglas, her follow-up to a show that would seem impossible to top, is another triumph- Chortle
Visit the Tanqueray Gin Bar at the Palace Theatre Manchester! Celebrate the unmistakable taste of Tanqueray and explore their range of award-winning gins, a great way to start your evening before the show. For the 7th year in a row, Tanqueray has been voted the No. 1 bartenders’ favourite gin. (Drinks International, 2019).
The Palace Theatre of Varieties opened on Whit Monday 1891 and cost its owners the then colossal sum of £40,500. In the late 1970’s the Palace Theatre underwent a major refurbishment and re-opened in 1981 with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar and has since then retained its position as the premier provincial touring venue.