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10 - 12 AUG

7pm

The Intellectual Ramblings of a Mad Woman (Who Isn’t Mad)

£13/£15

writer

Beth Calvert-Lee

director

Prime Issac

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Home is where the heart is.
Where the clothes are hung up and the groceries are stored.
Home is where it’s safe. Where the doors lock and strangers have no access.
Home is where the outside world melts away.
Which begs the question, how did you get in here?
The Woman perches on an armchair in a sea of debris. She watches you watch her.
She is waiting for quiet.
You’re in her house after all.
And she has something to say.

From the voice of The Woman is the ‘female Londoner experience’. Pretty privilege, street harassment, social anxiety and the crippling embarrassment that comes with carrying multiple bags on the tube. We investigate the world through a new pair of eyes, every interaction dissected, every stranger a threat. This dramatic solo performance explores the universal similarities (and painful differences) of what life is like for a woman in the city.

An unreliable narrator, an ominous note and a locked door. The scene is set for the ramblings of a mad woman.

Beth Calvert-Lee’s debut piece premieres at The Hope Theatre this August.

This production is part of Camden Fringe.

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.


writer

Beth Calvert-Lee

director

Prime Issac

producer

Vivienne Melody Coupe

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