Dates and Times
17 - 18 Jan 2020 at 9pm
Featured in our January 2020 programme. Browse the full line-up here.
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Presented by Victoria Firth
How do you find a new ‘once upon a time’ after the ‘happy ever after’ never turned up? Victoria is on a quest to discover how you make a new life when you can’t have the one you imagined. In this big-hearted, big thinking show of storytelling and physical comedy our heroine’s mid-life search for joy, identity and belonging features public displays of playfulness, private truths, and sheer bloody-mindedness.
Join Victoria as she asks: is it possible to be happy without kids?
Click here to read DIVA’s interview Victoria her as they talk happiness, reinvention and childlessness ahead of the show.
“Firth is clearly a great comic actress; using movement, language, word cards and voice to tell her story that had me and many other audience members crying with laughter… An unforgettable experience.” – Number 9 Reviews
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
The company doesn’t believe there is any content to consider in this performance and has an age recommendation of 14+
The company doesn’t believe there are any health warnings for this performance.
If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by calling 0207 419 4841 or email James, our General Manager on [email protected].
About the company
My name is Victoria and I’m a performer, theatre-maker and director from Yorkshire. I think theatre should be joyful and full of heart. I am interested in exploring empathy, embodiment and connection–mainly getting under the skin of things that lots of us feel but no-one talks about. I make performance in lots of forms: storytelling, theatre, comedy and live art. Almost always my shows are physical, playful and a bit perilous. Sometimes my performances have words. Sometimes not. Sometimes movement and images do what words might. Theatre is a place I feel at home and I’d love to share it with you.