Voices of Eve: Reduced Womanhood
Type of Event: Drama Performance
Six women each tell of a jig-saw piece in their own life-scapes. Six magnified moments in six lives.
Six concentrated, reduced moments. They each tell their stories across years of being and decades of existing. They share so many things - massive moments in human existence. The entire spectrum from joy to grief, love to hate and life to death.
Three monologues will be performed each evening or afternoon:
Tue 9, Thu 11 + Sat 13 (7.30):
One Bed Three Pillows performed by Alison Shephard. The bed is a silent witness. It never makes a value judegement. It just does its job.
Pashmina Princess performed by Lynn Hoare. A woman finds some of her lost youth, beauty, libido and a man half her age.
Granny Ig performed by Angela Deveraux. Her make up box is an armoury of amunition waging war against mother nature! Will she win?
Wed 10, Fri 12 + Sat 13 (2.30)
Fridge Magnet Syndrome performed by Martine Palmer. When is a mother not a mother? When her fridge is empty.
Tick! performed by Sarah Bawler. A kidnapped actress languishes in an empty theatre due to her pathological lying and lateness.
May Day performed by Rebecca Price. May is 87 years old. She has dementia. Every day is a May day. A call for help. Does anyone hear?
See all 6 monologues - book two shows for £16. Call the Box Office on 029 2030 4400 to book this special offer.
Age: 16+ (contains adult content & language)
Duration: 2hrs 45min
This event supports Dementia month at Chapter.
- Tuesday 9th May 2017
- Wednesday 10th May 2017
- Thursday 11th May 2017
- Friday 12th May 2017
- Saturday 13th May 2017
£10 or both shows for £16
Telephone: 029 2030 4400