A Dangerous Woman

Wed 11 - Thu 12 Oct, 7.30pm

| £12 | £10 concessions


14+ (strong language)

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We all had the desire to leave. I felt it from them. A pulse. A real flesh and blood pulse. I know they felt it, you couldn’t ignore it, couldn’t speak of it. So we silenced its beat.

A Dangerous Woman tells the story of one woman’s struggle to carve her own path in a family of six women. Women who are both allies and enemies. Based on Manjeet’s own experience this bold and unapologetic new play explores what happens when you dare to challenge conformity, and make your voice heard. Recently labeled as a dangerous woman, Manjeet Mann explores what it means to be strong and dangerous.

Following a successful UK tour of her debut show Flying Solo, A Dangerous Woman is being developed with support from the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Soho Theatre Young Company, Arcola Theatre and Quarterhouse Theatre. Directed by Jerwood Directors Award recipient Yael Shavit, known for her work on critically acclaimed solo performances. Her most recent credits include Until You Hear That Bell by Sean Mahoney (BAC/ Tour) How To Die Of A Broken Heart by Femi Martin (Talawa) Dark Corners and Mouth Open Story Jump Out by Polarbear (BAC and International tour). Be the first to see this honest and unflinching brand new show.

★★★★★“Mann has charm that grips the audience with her every word” BehindTheArras.com (for Flying Solo)

★★★★★ ‘Touching and poignant’ Behind the Arras (for Flying Solo)

This event is part of Perception 2017
A festival about going against the tide (3 – 28 October 2017).
Full programme AVAILABLE HERE
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