A feminist play and an analysis of what happens when love breaks down
"This country'd be a whole hell of a lot different if every woman had a snake."
There is an eclectic line up of productions at the Barons Court Theatre ranging from feminist play to an analysis of what happens when love breaks down.
From 21-25 March the theatre is hosting a production of Slither by Carson Kreitzer.
The play is a modern feminist fable directed by Sarah Beebe about family, faith, and finding your strength. ...with snakes and features Eve, a Cretan snake priestess and a 1930s burlesque snake dancer.
Tickets cost £15 and can be purchased online.
Roz Wylie’s Force of Habit is being staged from 28-31 March.
Watch John and Martha as they fall in love and prepare for a life of joy together. Things are good, but never quite perfect, and the two lovers are trying their hardest but they can’t quite seem to get on the same page. Until one day, destiny happens.
This a bittersweet romantic comedy is produced by Kibo Productions, stars May López and Michael Hajiantonis and is directed by Leo Bacica.
This production is a partnership with Solace Women’s Aid.
Tickets cost £15 or £10 for concessions and can be bought online.
The Barons Court Theatre is below the Curtain's Up Pub at 28a Comeragh Road, London W14 9HR.
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