Taking Liberties, a new comedy about a woman trying to leave old habits behind and build a new relationship with her brother, will play a limited one-week season at the Bread and Roses Theatre this month. Time to book your tickets.
riginally written as a monologue by Amelia Marshall Lovsey, Walk of Shame has been expanded into a hard-hitting two-hander with the addition of an alternative point of view, written by Stephanie Silver.
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.
For one, it’s a night of glory – for the other, a walk of shame… Glass Half Full Theatre returns with a topical new production next month, as they bring Walk of Shame by Stephanie Silver and Emelia Marshall Lovsey to the White Bear Theatre for a limited run.
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.
Written and directed by Stephanie Silver, How To Save A Life is the story of Melissa (Heather Wilkins), who’s just learned she’s got cervical cancer after going to the doctor with an embarrassing and apparently minor complaint.
In Our Big Love Story, Stephanie Silver explores the idea of radicalisation of teenagers – only not, as one might expect, that of young Muslims.
While the play is set 13 years ago, many of the issues that Our Big Love Story raises are very pertinent today, as they have never really gone away. It offers a sombre and timely perspective on the individual versus society, and the struggle to retain one’s humanity.
The Monologues Of A Tired Nurse, written by Stephanie Silver, is a stark observation of the conditions that NHS staff face every day. On the ITU ward, the pressure is more intense, the stakes higher.