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PUBLISHED: 14:00 24 February 2018

Said & Done by Sugarscratch Theatre. Picture: Jack Offord

Said & Done by Sugarscratch Theatre. Picture: Jack Offord

Jack Offord

Clevedon will host a new Bristol-based theatre company’s hilarious show about female friendship next week.

Said & Done will be performed at Theatre Shop in Queens Square, Clevedon, on March 9 and 10.

Sugarscratch Theatre is a brand new company made up of Lily London and Alice Ritchie who first began working together during Bristol Old Vic’s Made In Bristol project.

After spending time earning qualifications at separate performing arts colleges, the duo reunited to form their own company.

The idea for their debut show came from an image in Alice’s head of a woman dancing to Cher alone.

The production stars two women sat at a table during a wedding.

The pair hate every guest, themselves and, despite being best friends, probably each other.

They’ve been friends for so long that it is easy to find ammunition to wind each other up, but when will the teasing and insults go a step too far?

A dark comedy laced with some cheesy pop music, Said & Done gives a fascinating insight into a relationship between two people who have known each other for far too long.

The show has been described as a ‘grotesque, physical and hilarious insight into female friendship’ by audiences.

It has previously been performed to a sold out Wardrobe Theatre in Bristol.

Said & Done will be performed at Theatre Shop in Queens Square at 7.30pm.

Tickets, priced £11, are available here.

Theatre Shop and the Mercury have teamed up once again to offer a pair of tickets to each performance of Said & Done.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the simple question below before the competition deadline of 10am on March 7.

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