Charting the experiences of womanhood from childhood to old age, these stories, each with an intriguing twist, are visceral, poignant, and laced with humour.

SHE

PRESENTED BY Theatre Accord
An enthralling new play inspired by The Seven Ages of Man speech in Shakespeare’s As You Like It.

Will she stop the baby crying? Exact revenge on the school bully? Fall in love and be loved? Protest to change the world? Accept advice from her mother’s friends? Come to terms with an unexpected illness? Grow old with dignity?

SHE is an enthralling new play, inspired by The Seven Ages of Man speech in Shakespeare’s As You Like It.

Charting the experiences of different women from childhood to old age, these stories, each with an intriguing twist, are visceral, poignant, and laced with humour.


THE STORIES IN SHE

SHE: Baby  ‘She’ is proving a handful for  her troubled mother, Scarlett. When Coralie, Scarlett’s  sister turns up asking questions about the true identity of the baby’s father, adecision has to be made to do what’s best for the baby. Genre: Drama, Menace Themes Sibling rivalry, truth and lies, the nature of kindness.

NUNKHEAD: Two friends, Jess a successful geneticist PhD student and Marlene an interior design student have booked a meal at their local restaurant to exact revenge on their school bully, Nunkhead, who is working there. Things don’t quite go according to plan

LOVERS: ‘The path of true love never did run smoothly’. And it doesn’t for two young women, who overcoming with their feelings,  and  fears of being taken advantage of. 

WARRIORS FOR HUMANITY: A climate activist on a mission to put an end to war meets a young veteran in an MPs surgery

MOTHER’S FRIENDS: An artist, Tasha and her friend, data analyst Eleanor, have reached a stage in their lives when they must make a decision about what they are going to do going forwsard. They arrange a séance to ask the advice of Tasha’s mother’s friends.

WIDOWED: Two sisters, Ruby and Pearl and a sat nav, are driving to visit their recently widowed Mum. They have some pressing news to give her

CHILDISHNESS AND MERE OBLIVION: Two drama students explore the joys indignities of old age in an improvisation exercise.

7-12 MAR
7:30PM (TUE-SAT)
4PM (SUN)
£16 STANDARD
£13 CONCESSION

SHE

PRESENTED BY Theatre Accord
An enthralling new play inspired by The Seven Ages of Man speech in Shakespeare’s As You Like It.

Will she stop the baby crying? Exact revenge on the school bully? Fall in love and be loved? Protest to change the world? Accept advice from her mother’s friends? Come to terms with an unexpected illness? Grow old with dignity?

SHE is an enthralling new play, inspired by The Seven Ages of Man speech in Shakespeare’s As You Like It.

Charting the experiences of different women from childhood to old age, these stories, each with an intriguing twist, are visceral, poignant, and laced with humour.


THE STORIES IN SHE

SHE: Baby  ‘She’ is proving a handful for  her troubled mother, Scarlett. When Coralie, Scarlett’s  sister turns up asking questions about the true identity of the baby’s father, adecision has to be made to do what’s best for the baby. Genre: Drama, Menace Themes Sibling rivalry, truth and lies, the nature of kindness.

NUNKHEAD: Two friends, Jess a successful geneticist PhD student and Marlene an interior design student have booked a meal at their local restaurant to exact revenge on their school bully, Nunkhead, who is working there. Things don’t quite go according to plan

LOVERS: ‘The path of true love never did run smoothly’. And it doesn’t for two young women, who overcoming with their feelings,  and  fears of being taken advantage of. 

WARRIORS FOR HUMANITY: A climate activist on a mission to put an end to war meets a young veteran in an MPs surgery

MOTHER’S FRIENDS: An artist, Tasha and her friend, data analyst Eleanor, have reached a stage in their lives when they must make a decision about what they are going to do going forwsard. They arrange a séance to ask the advice of Tasha’s mother’s friends.

WIDOWED: Two sisters, Ruby and Pearl and a sat nav, are driving to visit their recently widowed Mum. They have some pressing news to give her

CHILDISHNESS AND MERE OBLIVION: Two drama students explore the joys indignities of old age in an improvisation exercise.

7-12 MAR
7:30PM (TUE-SAT)
4PM (SUN)
£16 STANDARD
£13 CONCESSION

Cast

Steefena Ladha

Chenise Lynette

Production Team

Playwright

Anthony Clark

Director 

Maddy Corner

Director 

Poppy Sutch

Designer

Jessica Curtis

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Café Bar

Ticket holders can take advantage of a 10% discount on all food and drink in our Café Bar on the day of their event between the following times:

7:30pm performances – discount available between 6-7pm

4pm – discount available between 1pm-3pm

Content Warnings

Use of strong language and depictions and references to incidents that some people may find distressing. 

Find out more here.

Age Recommendation

14+

Duration

2h (inc. interval)

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