There's Something About Typhoid Mary


Irish immigrant. Cook. Amiable host. Killer?

1906 in New York City. Talented cook Mary Mallon takes a job preparing delicious meals for yet another high society family, and yet again they begin to fall ill and die. Coincidence? Mary thinks so. And now she’s put all that nonsense behind her. She’s cooking three courses for a very special guest tonight. YOU! That is unless Health Inspector and sanitation expert George Soper can stop her before it’s too late…

Prepare for a toe-tapping, germ-spreading extravaganza where the laughter is as infectious as Mary’s meals. Featuring live cooking on stage from Stu Mcloughlin as the much-maligned Mary Mallon and Lucy Tuck as the germaphobic George Soper, There’s Something about Typhoid Mary is a contagiously entertaining journey through the dark and sinister world of the killer cook, Typhoid Mary, told with Living Spit’s trademark wit, song and silliness.

With live original music, deliciously tempting food which you can really eat (if you dare), gory deaths a-plenty, puerile puppetry and sackfuls of cross-dressing crassness, this promises to be a feverishly funny feast of fun for some of the family.

Just don’t mention the T-word.


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Available tickets

05/10 2024 7:30pm
Theatre Shop Clevedon Triangle Centre CLEVEDON
Provided by The List