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Things Beginning with M

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In the Arcola Tent

Marriage.. Motherhood.. Men.. Mothers.. Menopause.. Money.. Manipulation..Memories..

How do woman tell each other their stories? How do women map out their journeys through womanhood from adolescence to old age? Where do women share their information, advice, facts, stories, truths, wisdom and secrets so that they can learn from each other? And why do all these things begin with M?

Cardiff based Omidaze Productions presents an experimental exploration and collaboration between theatre, new writing, comedy, movement and visual art using real women’s stories and testimonies. A company of women invite you to join them on the tour of their 2010 sell out show….

Things Beginning with M……… It’s going to be a long list.

Directed  by Yvonne Murphy and written by Emily Steel, Omidaze Productions is excited to announce that Things Beginning with M will be MC-d by award winning UK based American comedienne, Taylor Glenn. Taylor is currently touring her show; Reverse Psycomedy, which featured at The Gilded Balloon at Edinburgh Festival 2012.

Visual Artists Cath Rive & Katie Rigby, Cast includes Catriona James who is currently receiving rave reviews for her role in National Theatre Wales’ Branches.

Arcola Theatre 24 Ashwin Street , Dalston , London E8 3DL

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