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Studio, The Other Palace


Bromance: The Dudesical follows the comic misadventures of a group of friends after one fateful St Patrick's Day in Chicago. When Marty, a lonely IT guy who is new to town, meets Dick and his two friends, he desperately wants to be a part of their clique. Amused by his naivety, Dick decides to take Marty under his wing, but first convinces his friends to teach Marty the art of ‘Brotocol’, aka the rules, joys and importance of being a real bro. In order to prove his loyalty, the boys take Marty on a series of dudeventures which get progressively crazier and more and more dangerous.

We join the Bro's at their favourite bar and then share Marty's crazy journey from the simple (eating chilli cheese fries at 11pm) to the truly insane (jumping out of a plane).  



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"Sarah Redmond directs with a satirists  eye and it is entertaining" The Stage

"Bromance: The Dudesical is excellent. The energy pulsates throughout the entire fun, silly and irreverent two hour show; particularly in the stylised choreography". Spy In The Stalls 

"Overall, the production was smooth and sleek, with an outstanding sense of self. I really couldn’t recommend it enough." Two Lasses in London 

"Ignore the advice of the creators given in the programme which is not to laugh – as this is a drama. You will laugh. Director Sarah Redmond has done a great job"

"Thanks to Redmond’s inclusive staging , the audience is immediately cast as fellow patrons.... Redmond’s staging is expertly paced and placed and her choreography is exuberant and energised" Judi Herman,  JewishChronicle Judi Herman 

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