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A fun play about sexuality and COMMERCE AND HOW COMMERCE MIGHT LEAD and how commerce might lead "Acceptance As Well As "as well as repercussions that might lead to a distance between peopleHowever much of this #play It's London 1726 and Mrs Tull's got problems The whores are giving her a hard # It's London 1726 and Mrs Tull's got problems The whores are giving her a hard a man in a dress is looking for a job her husband has a roving eye and the apprentice boy keeps disappearing for 'a wander' Meanwhile in 2001 a group of wealthy gay men are preparing for a raunchy partyMother Clap's Molly House a black comedy with songs is a celebration of the diversity of human sexualtiy an exploration of our need to form families and a fascinatig insight into a hidden chapter. ,


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