Warehouse Theatre – Thurs 13th – Sat 15th December 2018 @ 7.30pm

Immaculate is a comic variation on the virgin birth in which a young woman finds her life spiralling into confusion when she wakes up one morning, unaccountably pregnant. The play takes place in a small bedsit belonging to Mia. Young, free and single, who wakes up one morning nine months pregnant, with the Angel Gabriel on her doorstep claiming parentage. When her ex-boyfriend, Michael, then decides he’s the father, it seems it can’t get any worse. However, things take an even more surreal turn when Mia’s old classmate Gary turns up claiming it’s his baby – and suddenly Lucifer wants in on the action too. This play is a comedy/ farce piece and contains some strong language, sexual references and religious references.

Directed by Gemma Higgins


  • Mia  –  Sadie Fisher
  • Gabriel  –  Aiden Watson
  • Lucifer  –  John Cropper
  • Michael  –  Tom Marsh
  • Rebecca  –  Rowan Hedley
  • Gary Goodman  –  Adam Cawton
  • Chorus  –  Lynn Cockerill, Jacqui Martin, Carol Pitman, Julie Barber

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