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It’s back! Our annual festival of cutting-edge feminist theatre returns for a seventh edition: a snapshot in two dozen electrifying performances of where the battle is at for gender equality.
In Natasha Brown’s headliner White Girls [Will] Kill Me, we’ve got a combative takedown of so-called ‘white feminism’. Georgie Jones’ coming-of-age story Ish fuses standup, storytelling and spoken word into a celebration of the grotesque and glorious experience that is womanhood. Rampant Collective’s “hypnotic” Dublin Fringe hit Girlplay addresses female sex, love and sexuality in slam poetry.
And round the corner at Bloomsbury Theatre, CDD artists and UCL academics collaborate on a handful of brand new projects…
Do join us for three weeks of seriously striking theatre – theatre that’s anti-sexist, female-centric and fiercely alive.
Calm Down, Dear 2020 ticket offers:
Early Bird: book before midnight on Friday 13 March for tickets at just £7.50 – hurry, this offer is limited!
Season pass: book 3 or more shows as part of the festival and receive a 10% discount or book 5 or more to receive 20% off.
Double bill: book two different shows on the same night for just £16 (£8 each!)
For all of the above offers simply add your tickets to the basket and we’ll do the rest! (Only one offer can be redeemed at a time.)