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Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

Playwright Alice Birch morphs language and breaks boundaries to create a wild play about women at the end of their tether.

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Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

Date: 20 Aug 2019

How will you break out of the box people have tried to confine you to?

How will you talk about what’s making you angry? How will you fight back?

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. is an assault on the senses, as playwright Alice Birch morphs language and breaks boundaries to create a wild play about women at the end of their tether.

It examines how we love fight kiss fuck cry talk question eat dance scream and simply keep going.

Rosie Niven directs.

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