Women Redressed: Act I presents eight short plays from some of the UK’s up and coming playwrights. From the refugee crisis to mental health, Women Redressed: Act I confronts some of the biggest issues facing women today.
Hit theatre festival Women Redressed is back, running for two nights at Park Theatre. The festival will feature short plays by up and coming UK playwrights as well as extracts from published plays by celebrated writers Vicky Jones and Nancy Harris.
What lengths would you go to to put the next meal on the table?
As the Nazis come to power in Germany, a young widow discovers that her only means of survival is to take on her dead husband’s job and with it his identity...
Anna Jordan’s plays are sex fables for the modern day that everyone must see. Deeply interested in and respectful of the issues she dissects, Jordan draws out their complexities without belittling them with quick, easy solutions...
Archimedes’ Principle is a recent (2012) play from
the young(ish) Catalan playwright and director Joseph Maria Miro i Coromina. The
principle in question concerns displacement – a floating object displaces its
own weight in water...
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