As SHE Likes It

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As SHE Likes It
Be prepared to kiss the Hollywood happy ending goodbye! As SHE Likes It is inspired by the story of #MeToo pioneer, Patricia Douglas. A darkly comedic explosion of multimedia, verbatim, cabaret and drag; a contemporary Brechtian-style play that poses the question: how much has changed between the Hollywood of yesteryear and now? All shows have audio description written into the script and creative captioning is used throughout.
Approximate runtime 1 hour 45 minutes.
Age Advisory: 13+ Themes of a sexual nature, sexual violence, suicide and strong language


Author: Chloe Wade
Presented by: Chloe Wade Productions
Director: Tilly Vosburgh

Tour details for As SHE Likes It 2024

Between 29th January 2024 and 16th March 2024 this tour will visit 4 venues in; Outer London, Bordon, Southport and Nottingham.
Current and future dates only.
This production has been listed in 2 venues since 29th January 2024. View previous listings for this tour here.

Dates for As SHE Likes It (Play) tour

Currently showing
Mon, 29th January 2024 to Sat, 16th March 2024
  Greenwich Theatre, Outer London»

Fri, 23rd February 2024
  Phoenix Theatre, Bordon» - 1 suppliers available

Fri, 8th March 2024
  The Atkinson, Southport»

Fri, 15th March 2024
  Playhouse, Nottingham»
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Production: T808566375
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User Reviews

Overall: 5.00
Jo Johnson (18Feb24):

A must see play about the struggles of actresses in the past, continuing into the present day. The actors� passion shines through in this dark, moving and play with an underlying humour throughout. Highly recommend.

Siobhan Frost (30Jan24):

Absolutely wonderful play about women's lack of a voice, and so much more. It began in the 1920's and is still an issue. This is a must-see and hopefully will begin dialogue so that it becomes an issue of the past, not one that carries on for another hundred years....


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