Lady Parts Theatre to Make Brighton Fringe Debut With BECAUSE SHE LOVED THE LION, May 3-8
Lady Parts Theatre will make their Brighton Fringe debut with Because She Loved The Lion beginning 3rd May at Upstairs at Ten and Three. The show will run through 8th May and will feature performances at 1:00pm on 3rd-5th May and performances at 7:00pm on 6th-8th May.
Because She Loved The Lion is the story of a mother, her daughter, her sister and a mouse consumed by a lion with a beautiful mane.
Lady Parts Theatre showcases more strong roles for women in this drama about family relationships, and what happens when they break down.
Because She Loved the Lion is the latest work from Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Writer on Attachment Laura-Kate Barrow. It is directed by Peter Mitchelson and performed by Esther Dix, Sarah Keating and Nuala Maguire. It is produced with the support of Liverpool Lantern Theatre.
A collection will be made at each performance for Refuge - the domestic abuse charity. The charity's advice has been invaluable to realising this play.
Formed in 2013 with the mission to create and promote strong roles for women, Lady Parts already boasts some of Liverpool's most exciting new actors, writers and directors as associates. Lady Parts have produced two sell-out showcase events Legend and Assemble as well as co-producing the show Bump at 24:7 Theatre Festival and Trolley-Shaped Bruise at unity Theatre. The company is delighted to continue working closely with Liverpool Lantern Theatre.
Laura-Kate Barrow (writer) is current Writer on Attachment at Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Theatres where she has written for The Grid, Revolution, The Moon Landings, Paper Town and The Incident Room. Recent productions have included Buns and Begonias (Library Theatre) Bump (24:7 Theatre Festival) and Trolley Shaped Bruise (unity Theatre- Making Art)
Peter Mitchelson (director) is a freelance Director. He runs Shiny New Theatre a Liverpool based company specialising in new writing and festivals. He is head technician at the Lantern Theatre.Past productions have included Jollyboat, 'Saving Grace,' and 'Excess Baggage.'
Esther Dix (performer) trained on the BA (Hons) Acting course at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) and with Selah Theatre Company in Cornwall. Acting credits since graduating include Saving Grace (Write Now Festival), and Can't Stand Up For Falling Down (Library Theatre Company's re:play Festival). In March 2013, Esther launched Rumour Theatre Company.
Since completing training at the New York Film Academy in 2011, Sarah Keating (performer) has continuously worked as an actress around the North West in Theatre and Film. Sarah had her 24:7 festival debut in 'Bump' in 2013 and is extremely excited to be a part of new British feature film 'Rhumble Rama' later on this year.
Nuala Maguire (performer) trained at RADA studying on the Foundation Course in Acting. She is also a graduate of Drama and Theatre studies at Liverpool Hope University. Her recent theatre credits include Half a Bottle Gone by Ian Walker and Carol and Christmas Truth by Vinay Patel. Nuala has worked on projects such as Shakespeare School's festival as well as participating in Kate Bond and Morgan Lloyd's infamous unpredictable theatrical experience, You Me Bum Bum Train.
Tickets are £9.50/8 and can be purchased by phone at 07800 983 290, online at upstairsthreeandten.co.uk, or by emailing email@example.com.