Posted: Sat 18th May 2019

Updated: Mon 27th May

Sex Cells at Grove Park Theatre

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This article is old - Published: Saturday, May 18th, 2019

Sex Cells at Grove Park Theatre

Location: Grove Park Theatre, Wrexham

Date / Time: 30th May to 8th June

Prices: £10 adults/£5.50 children



Welcome to Aphrodite’s busy call centre where Sylvie, Janice, Tiffany and Lily are hard at work taking telephone orders for Teasey Maids, Titvators, rotating pearl G-Strings and a variety of other sex-toys. Beneath the cheerful customer service and easy banter, these very different women nurse their own desires and disappointments. The four women face problems that we all have encountered in today’s society – wanting a family, wanting to find love, wanting more time and wanting their freedom. These wants and fears are buried under wisecracks and work.

Mr Causeway, the gentle and innocent manager of the call centre, attempts to diffuse the tension between his staff while suppressing a longstanding crush on one of his employees.

Sex Cells is a very funny and poignant play about motherhood, friendship, love and loss.
Sex Cells is directed by Ann Ledsham, who has previously directed many plays at Grove Park and also five successful Pantomimes. Ann says that it is a beautifully crafted play, with multi-faceted characters, that she and the cast have enjoyed exploring.



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