Everyday Women

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In a collection of monologues, Theresa’s one woman show dramatizes the dark and satirical ways women have adapted to the crazy times we are living in. The diverse characters take the audience through challenges faced by women, who mainly ingeniously make the unworkable workable.

In a sometimes absurd world, the onus is often on already stressed women to speak up for those they care about. Every Day Women shines a light on their resilience and ingenuity. This production appeals to a liberal-minded audience seeking thought-provoking entertainment and some chuckling moments.

Theresa skillfully brings each quirky character to life, masterfully portraying some of the real situations the women are experiencing, through her delightful blend of comedy, and character acting. She will introduce a couple of local guest performers at the end of the show.

Venue Doors Tickets
- ( ) The Grand Burstin Hotel: Neptune LF Room 11:50am
  • Ticket type
    Standard
    Price
    £10
  • Ticket type
    Concession
    Price
    £7
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Poster for Everyday Women, a one woman show by Theresa Cole, showing her smiling whilst holding an old red telephone handset to her face, wearing a floral blouse on a salmon pink background
Biography
Starting as an entertainer in her teens, Theresa then received formal training as an actor at the Oxford School of Drama after attending Aberdeen University. She also spent twelve years honing her improvisation skills in London. Dedicated to always being in an industry she loves, she has combined…
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Biography
David is an English actor living in London. He attended Anna Scher Theatre, the world-renowned community-based drama school, in Islington, north London. David is also an AVM (arteriovenous malformation) survivor, after suffering a stroke/brain hemorrhage in October 2014. He regularly fundraises for…