Friday 23rd August
Mind the Gap
Presented by Intimate Strangers
Mind the Gap is about how East Asian women born between 1990 and 1995 have experienced the four stages of culture shock (Honeymoon, Anxiety, Adjustment, and Integration) and with both romantic and platonic relationship in a different cultural environment. The piece explores how cultural differences about relationship affect their perspectives and perception of the host country's culture, their own culture, the meaning of sex, and responsibility of the relationship.
Intimate Strangers is a nonhierarchical devising theatre group composed of five East Asian theatre practitioners (from South Korea, Taiwan and China) who are pursuing a master's degree from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Tickets are £10 each and can be purchased here
Sunday 15th September
Flo Smith - Now and Then
Written and directed by Christopher Saul
Starring Ursula Mohan
It's 1969 and a woman looks back on her life in London. From the Boer War to The Summer of Love, Flo Smith, daughter, sister, wife, mother, widow and grandmother recalls with horror, humour, tears and joy those turbulent times at home, and, in the world beyond her front door.
Tickets are £12 each and can be purchased here