Postcard Theatre

are delighted to announce their

award winning & multi-nominated play


by Sadie Hasler

is back!

18th & 19th September - 8pm

Salford: Kings Arms


21st September - 1.30pm & 8pm

Todmorden: Hippodrome 


The initial run of Pramkicker took place in July and toured to Durham, Preston finishing with their debut appearance at the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival. At the GM Fringe Awards '19 not only did they win 'Best Revival' but they received nominations for 'Best Comedy' and 'Best Actor' for both Tilly Sutcliffe and Coral Sinclair. The reaction they received was outstanding and it has led to this extention for a second run this September!

Jude has always known she doesn't want kids. Her sister Susie isn't sure if her ovaries are twingeing or if she just needs a wee. One day, in a café full of 'yummy mummies', Jude loses the plot and kicks a pram. Then gets arrested. Then gets sent to anger management. Susie goes along for the ride and uses the opportunity to confess a secret.


An unflinching look at what it means to be a modern woman, it was first performed at the Marlborough Theatre Brighton, in June 2015, starring Sarah Mayhew as Jude, and Sadie Hasler as Susie. This production is directed by regular Postcard Theatre director John-Mark Reid and in addition, they are delighted to have the cast of Tilly Sutcliffe in the role of Susie and Coral Sinclair in the role of Jude. Both actors graduated from the Academy of Live and Recorded Art and have been developing their careers before coming on board with Postcard Theatre for this project.


18th & 19th September - 8pm

Salford: Kings Arms


21st September - 8pm

Todmorden: Hippodrome


Age Restriction: 14+

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Pramkicker tackles heavy issues in a light, refreshing manner 

- British Theatre Guide


The performances are captivating as they interact wonderfully to bring this play to life - North West End


A fantastic performance from Postcard Theatre Company and a well-deserved standing ovation at the end - Reviewer Number 9


With magnificent performances from Sinclair and Sutcliffe, and Reid’s clever direction, this play ends up being a funny, yet dark and tender exploration of sisterhood - The Play's The Thing