Dates and Times
Tue 28 May 2019 at 7.15pm
Part of Calm Down Dear, a three-week festival of innovative feminist performance. The festival runs from Tuesday 28 May – Sunday 16 June.
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Presented by The Basement Bunch
“…meaning a woman shall be disqualified from the exercise of any public function, or from being appointed to or holding any civil or judicial office or post, or from entering or assuming or carrying on any civil profession or vocation, or for admission to any incorporated society.”
Following the unregulated uprising of Left Wing Feminism, Tiffany, Ashley and Wren, at 21, are forced to adapt their lives due to the Married Women’s Property Act (Amendment) 2022.
Biology first, gender second; that’s what they’ve been told.
The Basement Bunch presents The Eden Effect – a striking new play about womanhood, oppression and finding your place in a society that has already placed you.
This performance contains strobe, violence and sexual references. 14+
About the company
The Basement Bunch are a collective of storytellers.
We are working class artists based in Luton. We are women who create work.
We devise and produce bold and vivid stories inspired by social and political happenings. We make theatre. We also make films through our spin-off project, Four Faced Films.