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Finsbury Park

A short autobiographical monologue, first performed as part of the Come to Where I'm From festival at the Park Theatre, London, in 2016.

Snatches: Moments from 100 Years of Women's Lives

Eight Monologues

A collection of monologues that document, remember and bear witness to a century of struggle for progress and equality for women in the United Kingdom.

Flesh and Bone

A vivid and fast-paced ride through a working-class London estate, fusing Shakespeare-inspired lyricism with Cockney accents.

Genesis Inc.

An explosively funny comedy that takes a closer look at the lengths to which people will go to defy biology – and at the moral compass of an industry that trades on fear and hope.

One For Sorrow

Following an attack on London, a family let a stranger into their house. Cordelia Lynn's play explores community and the limits of tolerance.

Lava

A timely play about grief, masculinity and the power of expression, exploring what happens when the capital city is hit by a small asteroid.

Wilderness (April De Angelis)

A short play about a patient and her psychiatrist as they head into the wilderness to find out how sane any of us really are.

    How to Not Sink

    A short play by Georgia Christou that looks at duty, love and dependency across three generations of women.

    The Nightclub

    A short play about three very different women at a gay nightclub in Orlando, who are caught up in a terrifying hate crime.

    Fucking Feminists

    A fiercely funny short play by Rose Lewenstein, investigating what feminism means, and what it has become.

    Tituba

    Tituba by Winsome Pinnock is a one-woman show about Tituba Indian, the enslaved woman who played a central role in the seventeenth-century Salem Witch Trials.

    The Road to Huntsville

    A short play about a writer researching women who fall in love with men on death row, who then finds herself crossing the line.

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