Alone on stage sits a woman in an armchair amongst a sea of debris. We are in terrible chaos. But the woman is fine. Thanks very much for your concern..
Dry humour and undeniable charm draw us into the world of The Woman. From the voice of a female Londoner is the 'female Londoner experience'. Pretty priveledge, street harassment, social anxiety and how embarrassing it is to have more than one bag with you on the tube. We investigate the world through a new pair of eyes, every interaction dissected, every stranger a threat. This dramatic solo performance explores the universal similarities (and painful differences) of what life is like for a woman in the city.
An unreliable narrator, an ominous note and a locked door. The scene is set for the ramblings of a mad woman.
Exciting new writing from up-and-coming actor/playwright, Beth Calvert-Lee.
Don't miss Beth Calvert-Lee's premier of new break-out piece affectionately referred to as ‘The Ramblings’, debuting at The Hope in August.
Duration: 60 mins
Bad language. Contents of male harassment.
Suitable for ages: 12 and over
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