51 Shades of Maggie (England) 2014

27th January - 13th April 2014 / Tour 2014

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Production Details

Following sell-out shows in Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin and England in 2013, the smash hit comedy, Fifty-One Shades of Maggie, returns for a 34-venue tour of the country, with former Hollyoaks star Dannielle Malone taking the lead role.

Initially written by Leesa Harker as a Facebook-based spoof blog of the best-selling Fifty Shades of Grey, the blog was so well received in its own right that it went viral, reaching tens of thousands of followers in a matter of days, and has been specifically adapted for the stage. The play first hit the Belfast stage in January 2013, selling out all 9,000 seats, and went on to perform extended runs in Dublin and Glasgow.

Fifty-One Shades of Maggie tells the story of the loveable Maggie Muff and her search for love. A working-class girl, Maggie – like most women – has been let down by all the men in her life. As she attends an interview at the Social Security Office, Maggie meets the handsome and hunky Mr. Big, who could just be the man of her dreams… or will his ‘Private Room of Pain’ put her off?

This hilarious new play, filled with naughty bits, will have ‘girls’ nights out’ audiences laughing so hard that shares in Tena Lady could go through the roof as they join Maggie and her friends on this (ever-so-slightly-filthy) journey of love, booze and whips!

Production Credits

Dates and Venues

Orchard Dartford 27th - 29th January Book
Palace Theatre Manchester 1st February Book
New Theatre Oxford 2nd February Book
Pavilion Rhyl 4th February Book
Liverpool Empire 5th February Book
Grand Theatre Lancaster 6th February Book
Billingham Forum 7th - 8th February Book
The Hawth Crawley 9th February Book
Gala Theatre Durham 11th February Book
New Theatre Hull 12th February Book
Chesterfirld Pomergranite 13th February Book
Theatre Royal Wakefield 15th February Book
Wolverhampton Grand 17th - 19th February Book
The Playhouse Weston Super Mare 20th February Book
Kings Theatre Portsmouth 21st February Book
Fairfield Hall Croydon 22nd February Book
Oakengates Theatre Telford 4th March Book
Lighthouse Theatre Kettering 5th March
Corn Exchange Kings Lynn 6th March Book
Rotherham Civic Theatre 8th March Book
Parr Hall Warrington 9th March Book
Derby Assembly Rooms 10th - 12th March Book
Theatre Royal Lincoln 14th March Book
Theatre Royal Windsor 16th March Book
Gordon Craig Stevenage 17th - 19th March Book
Central Theatre Chatham 20th March Book
Babbacombe Theatre Torquay 22nd March Book
Waterside Ailesbury 23rd March Book
Swansea Grand 27th - 29th March Book
Mill Tyne Theatre Newcastle 1st - 2nd April Book
King George's Hall Blackburn 3rd April Book
Mansfield Palace Theatre 4th April Book
Marlets Hall Burgess Hill 5th April Book
Dorking Halls 6th April Book
Lichfield Garrick 8th - 10th April Book
White Rock Theatre Hastings 11th April Book
Marina Theatre Lowestoft 12th - 13th April Book