Dates and Times
Thu 16 March at 7.15pm
Part of Sprint 2017, running from Tue 7 – Sun 26 March. Why not take advantage of our double bill ticket offer – two shows on the same night for just £16. Simply add the shows into your basket, and we’ll do the rest! Browse our full Sprint programme here.
Presented by Sisters of Eden
“You ask, what more do we want? Haven’t we enough? Are we just meant to sit back and look pretty? Fuck no. We are human. We are feminist. We are artists. We are the Sisters of Eden.”
An orgasmic celebration of the functions, beautiful variety and overdue ownership of the female body. Through physical explorations and a sharp tongue, the Sisters of Eden turn the performance space into a battleground whereby we break free from social and political prisons and birth a new form of revolution – a female revolution.
Image credit – Emma Zadow
About the company
Sisters of Eden is an ensemble of feminist performance makers who challenge sexism in society and celebrate what it means to be a woman today. Sisters of Eden was formed by the recent Rose Bruford drama school graduates Shannon Mulvey, Georgia James and Scarlett O’Reilly.
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“Watching The Sisters of Eden feels as though you are tracing history to an era of joyful, radical Feminist Performance Art whilst witnessing an absolute contemporary discussion…In Volume I: Blood, three articulate young women speak, perform, move and support each other in a piece of work that challenges the audience with witty audacity and a knowing glint in the eye.” – Rebecca Pollock, Artistic Director of Shady Dolls Theatre Company
“You communicated how it must feel like to be a woman in these media obsessed times in a witty, passionate and provocative manner. Looking forward to the sequel.” – Sebastian Senior
“Volume I: Blood was absolutely insane last week! Can’t get the words out of my head.” – Rosie Boyce
“So glad I got to witness Volume I: Blood which was a feat of feminism. A fantastic mix of spoken word, movement, performance cleverly delivering across the message of equality and proving there is a still reason to fight for it! Well done to everyone involved. #proudtobeafeminist.” – Lily Maryon
“All weekend I’ve been thinking about the women before us who have fought for the right to be equal. Thank you for continuing their journey and for encouraging others to take action too.” – Emily Wood
“A trinity tour-de-force of performance artists. In Volume I: Blood, Sisters of Eden, an intelligent, thought-provoking group of women, are re-energising the feminist movement by redefining it on their own terms, while simultaneously respecting the icons that have come before them.” – Matthew Cleverly