Kine Productions in association with Theatre503 present
Pay What You Can
“And right then she almost goes for me, over the frosties.
And for a moment I don’t dare, like someone’s holding my neck
I don’t dare even breathe.
Cos Mum told me she used to fight men in the street.”
Five female writers from different backgrounds, countries and social classes present a series of short plays on the theme of home; exploring what it means within the current political climate and how the constant noise of technology inside our homes works to isolate us even more.
With approximately 10% of theatre in the UK being written and produced by women, these emerging writers decided to produce their own night, celebrating women’s ideas beyond the stereotypes they are expected to withhold as female-identifying creatives.
Hannah Bates, Samia Djilli, Sarah Dutton, and Urvashi Bohra
In collaboration with University Women in The Arts, emerging writers Hannah, Samia, Sarah and Urvashi have joined together to workshop their pieces and bring them to the stage, with support from Theatre503 and The Bush Theatre.
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