Patricia has spent a year crafting a kick-ass speech while recovering from an abusive relationship. But when she bumps into her ex on the street and accidentally agrees to dinner with him that night, she’s got some big decisions to make; what to wear? What to say? And whether or not to go? Join Patricia as she gets ready for the date; tells stories of her past, how it has affected her present and looks honestly at her future.
Recipient of the Charlie Harthill Award / Pleasance Theatre 2021, A development fund for UK-based Artists of Colour to bring work to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe; The Infallibles Theatrical Excellence / 2020; Online OnComm Commendation / Reading Fringe Festival 2020; Show Of The Week / Vaults Festival 2020
This play discusses the issue of domestic violence and abuse so please book with care.
The script is fantastic, it’s witty, it’s aware, it’s deep, and it deals with a hard subject matter in a real and often humorous way without trivialising it
A Poetic and piercing insight into the mind of an abused woman
A refreshingly honest, witty and affecting ‘Get Ready With Me’ like no other