Using word, music and movement in equal parts, Ellie Kendrick’s debut play asks how power is created and is directed by Helen Goalen and Abbi Greenland (from the award-winning company RASHDASH).
We’re a three headed bitch.
We’ve been guarding the gates.
Now we’re throwing them open.”
A hole in the ground. Three women are forcing their way out.
They’re singing. They’re moving. They’re taking up space. And they refuse to apologise.
“This is a take over. We’re taking over.
You came here to look.
We’re giving you something to watch.”
Ellie Kendrick livens up her inventive debut with astrophysics and ancient Greek myth – but it could use more concrete argument
Ellie Kendrick’s flawed but ferocious debut play reverberates with feminist rage
Quite the spectacle
It has a raw energy and coherence that makes it more than just an angry slap in the face of complacency
Self-righteous anger with diminishing returns
Ellie Kendrick’s fiery feminist cabaret feels slightly overshadowed by its directors, RashDash
Ardent, radical theatre that will leave you thinking long after you leave your velvet seat