Gary Condes revives Neil LaBute’s stirring and ultimately liberating dark comedy Some Girl(s) at the Park Theatre, centring on an engaged man who resolves to clear his conscience with his former flames.

Performed both in London and New York to great acclaim, and later adapted into a 2013 film, Some Girl(s) is the story of ‘Guy’, a man who decides, before marrying his beautiful bride-to-be, that he must right a number of wrongs with his ex-girlfriends.

Undertaking a psychological and physical journey across America and through his black book in a quest to make amends, this pitch-perfect parable of modern relationships sees him soon begin to question whether he is missing something – or someone.

Some Girl(s) is a hilarious, honest and heart-warming tale.

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