There is something peculiar about Polly Tips. She’s one spoonful short of a tea party; with her staccato speaking, frantic physicality, and tiny teapot guests. Polly believes ‘everything can be solved with a cup of tea’, but how far does this fixation take her? Could trouble be brewing in the teapot? Can she hide away forever with her trustworthy teapots and spectacular stories?
Polly Peculiar blends physical-theatre and unnerving, retold fairy-tales together to create a “quirky, engaging, imaginative” show. When it seems time has caught up with Polly, she must make sure to keep everyone happy and blooming with peculiar positivity. But how long has she been at her tea party, and how long have the guests been sitting there?
Rose Wilson brings her one-woman, absurdist, otherworldly show after its short run at Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Worcester Fringe.
Rose Wilson Arts is a theatre-maker currently based in the North-West. She is a writer, director and performer who specialises in quirky, queer, and captivating performances that explore the lives of fascinating characters.
Indigo Arts Collective is celebrating International Women’s Day with a festival of original new work written and performed by women from across the country and around the globe. From thoughtful and funny to provocative and experimental, there’s truly something for everyone. Come celebrate women’s stories with us!
Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start .
Under 18s are not permitted into the theatre for this performance.
No re-admittance once the performance has commenced. Refunds and exchanges are not available.