Two down-and-out actresses are on the hunt for some stage work. Failing that, they’ll take up a lucrative quest to find the local princess’ stolen voice. In this chaotic tale, Lem N Ginge encounter queer frogs, woke baes, and their first actual deadline.
Written and performed by Mary Higgins and Ell Potter, starring Sharon D. Clarke. Enjoying it? Visit our support page.
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Episode 1: Now bugger off!
Ell and Mary blunder into the citadel of Kakos on the hunt for a theatre. Why’s it so dead?
Episode 2: Testicle tree
With their eyes on the prize, Lem N Ginge (formerly Ell and Mary) set off into the forest. Hope they remember to bring a torch.
Episode 3: We got woke!
Karma’s a bitch, and she’s due a visit to Lem N Ginge. Against the clock and three pints down, the girls still find time for a pub brawl and a huge musical number.
Episode 4: It was me
Wow, big reveal in this one. Won’t spoil it for you.
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