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3 Women (2021)
Written by Katy Brand
Sat 26th June to Sat 3rd July
Director – Bill Butler
Cast
Suzanne – Ruth Herd
Laurie – Chloe Hayward
Rufus – Charlotte Rawson
Eleanor – Lilian McGrath
Crew
Sound Designer – Becky Bartlett
Lighting Designer – Sarah Basford
Props – Sally Patalong
Props – Erica Young
Wardrobe – Pam Coleman
Artwork Design – David Butler
Set Designer – Mandy Sutton
Assistant Director – Sarah Annis
Stage Manager – Alan Fenn
Wardrobe – Rowena Tye
Set Paint – Paul Chokran
Set Paint – Emma Padfield
Set Build – Simon Sharpe
Set Build – Steve Brown
Set Build – Mandy Sutton
Set Build – Frances Dixon
Set Build – TBA
The Play

AMATEUR PREMIERE with ADDITIONAL FILMED PERFORMANCE STREAMED ONLINE JULY 17TH 2021

Tickets are now available for our first post-lockdown live stage production.

This will be to a smaller capacity audience in recognition of Covid-safety considerations.

Please also note there will be cameras filming at the first night performance on Saturday 26th June. 

About the Play

3 Women is a funny and frank play by comedian and writer Katy Brand. The story places three generations of women from the same family in a hotel suite on the evening before a wedding. As the evening progresses and the champagne flows, their resentments old and new surface, alongside their family bonds and affections. The play considers their experiences as women of different generations in a funny and engaging way as the wedding approaches.

Running Time

Approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes with no interval. 

Reviews of the play:

"Many snappy returns in Katy Brand's barbed drama..." The Guardian

Insightful and funny...I really recommend this." Jane Garvey, Women's Hour Radio 4.

"One of the funniest pieces of new writing we've had the pleasure to sit through this year" Mostagigz

This is an amateur production by arrangement with Concord Theatricals. 

EDI Information
In line with our EDI policy, we undertake an EDI impact assessment of all our artistic programming. '3 Women' by Katy Brand has a diversity message at its centre, including issues of gender identity. The playwright specifies that one character should be of mixed heritage and the story would be enhanced by looking for multi-ethnic and gender identity fluidity within casting.

 

 

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