Dates and Times
Sun 8 March 2020 at 5.30pm
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Presented by Emilia Stawicki / BOX. Theatre Company
Emilia does dating!
Emilia does…not know what she’s doing. To comprehend where you are (or where you’re not) you have to understand where you’ve come from. Join one woman on her journey as she valiantly attempts to answer the question, “so, why do you think you’re single?”
From a Catholic all girls school, to living in Mormon country, to looking for love abroad, anything that can go wrong, will.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
The company believe there is no content to consider in this performance.
Fruit will be offered during the performance.
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About the company
Emilia Stawicki is an American actress and writer living and working in the UK on an Exceptional Talent Visa, under the Exceptional Promise route. She received her BFA in Acting from the University of Utah and her MA in Musical Theatre from The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
BOX. Theatre Company is an all-female theatre company founded in September 2016. Based in London, their premiere production ‘Camp Be Yourself’ had showings at venues including Chelsea Theatre, The Other Room in Cardiff, Underbelly at Edinburgh Fringe, The Warren at Brighton Fringe, Poplar Union, and Camden People’s Theatre. ‘THANK YOU AND GOODNIGHT’ premiered at The White Bear Theatre as part of their August Festival and has been seen at Katzpace. With a passion for creating conversations, BOX. celebrates emerging young voices in the industry, with work focusing on the weird and the wonderful.