Squad Goals tackles the limits opportunities women have to face while the other gender seems to have such vast chances at one of the world most successful and followed professions.
First things first, how good a title for a play is Sad About The Cows? Pretty bloody good I would argue. It’s also a pretty bloody good play, as it happens.
“Brave and powerful storytelling” – The first audiences have been in to see Michelle Payne’s dark comedy about one young woman’s obsession with her body, Sad About The Cows, and they’re shouting about it on Twitter. Have a look at what they had too say, and the fantastic new production images, then book your tickets!
This week playwright, director and performer Michelle Payne brings her one-woman show Sad About The Cows to Tristan Bates Theatre.
Writer/performer Michelle Payne tells us why it was so important for her to create a likeable character for whom mental health was only one part of her story, and how she drew on her own experiences to create Sad About The Cows. Read the interview then book your tickets!
“Dairy was the first to go…” Get a taste for Michelle Payne’s dark comedy about body image, Sad About The Cows, and discover a little more about wannabe make-up artist Rachel in this fantastic new trailer, then book your tickets!
Following the story of an Essex girl who want to be a makeup artist, Michelle Payne’s new dark comedy Sad About The Cows, returns for a one-week run at Tristan Bates Theatre this month, having impressed audiences as part of the John Thaw Initiative Working Class Season earlier this year. Book your tickets now.
Glass Half Full Theatre’s new play Walk of Shame has taken its own journey to being staged as a week-long production at the White Bear Theatre this winter. Co-writer and star Stephanie Silver tells us more about the drama that may be perfect for Christmas party season.
A tale of one evening told from two different viewpoints, Walk of Shame is the latest production from Glass Half Full Theatre. At the start of Christmas party season, it brings the story of Alice and Liam to the White Bear Theatre.
As rehearsals continue for The German Girls in preparation for its Camden Fringe debut, we spoke to London-based Danish writer and actress Christina Tranholm about sharing the hidden stories of Danish women who fell in love with German soldiers during the Second World War – and how relevant it still is today.
As part of our Camden Fringe Featured Show series, we’re counting down to the premiere of Christina Tranholm’s The German Girls, set in Nazi-occupied Denmark during the Second World War. Sneak a peek at the company in rehearsal action ahead of the play’s run at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre from 15 to 18 August 2018 – and then get booking!
Next up in our Camden Fringe Featured Show series, the untold story of Denmark during the Second World War – and, specifically, the double standards held against their own women is the subject of Christina Tranholm’s new play The German Girls. It premieres at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre from 15 to 18 August 2018.