This event is part of the Taliesin Arts Centre series
A Room of One’s Own
Rebecca Vaughan performs Virginia Woolf's 1928 exploration of the impact of poverty and sexual inequality on intellectual freedom and creativity.
Take a wry, amusing, and incisive trip through the history of literature, feminism, and gender. Meet Charlotte Brontë, Jane Austen, Aphra Behn, and Shakespeare's sister – Judith! Go forward into the far-flung future of... 2028. But whatever you do, Keep Off The Grass...
Dyad Productions returns with a twenty-first century take on Woolf's celebrated pre-TED talk. Created specifically in response to the changing shape of theatre during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From the award-winning creators of Austen's Women, I, Elizabeth, Christmas Gothic and Female Gothic.
‘If you haven’t seen Dyad Productions’ work before, you simply must’ British Theatre Guide
‘Some of the most electrifying character work available, up to and including Berkoff’ Fringe Review
‘Towering… luscious… assured… rich’ The Scotsman
THREE WEEKS Cumulative Body of Work Award-Winners, 2018
★★★★★ ‘Intelligently adapted, beautifully performed... entrancing’ (British Theatre Guide)
★★★★★ ’Richly re-imagined, exquisitely evocative' (Edinburgh Guide)
★★★★★ ‘Pure brilliant theatre.' (TV Bomb)
‘Perfection… Vaughan is simply sublime’ (Huffington Post)
Contact: Taliesin Arts Centre (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org) - Telephone: 01792602060