International Women's Day
Frank, funny and fearless...
We bring you a specially selected series of performances and events featuring some of the most incredible female artists around, all leading up to International Women's Day on Tue 8 Mar when Sandi Toksvig reigns supreme.
International Women's Day: Open House
- Sat 5 Mar 2016
- Corn Exchange
- Founders Room
Sandi Toksvig Live! Politically Incorrect
- Tue 8 Mar 2016
- Concert Hall
Miss Represented: Retrospective
- Fri 4 - Wed 9 Mar 2016
- Founders Room
When Victoria Melody was competing in beauty pageants for a previous show a hairdresser advised her that she needed hair extensions. Freaked out by wearing a piece of somebody else’s body, she set out on an extraordinary adventure to find out exactly where this hair comes from.
Victoria’s boundless curiosity takes a live audience from the temples of India to the shopping malls of Russia, via hair salons and forensics labs on a humorous, moving and serendipitous journey around a World in miniature.
There is a saviour in the shape of a Bollywood financier, the most expensive wedding to have ever taken place, a Celebrity Big Brother contestant, and hair. Lots of hair. Sacks of it.
With dramaturgy from Rachel Chavkin (The TEAM) and directed by Paul Hodson, Hair Peace is a comedic exploration from an unlikely sleuth whose personal odyssey provides astonishing insights into ethics, diverse cultures and the personal realities of the global economy.
'Victoria Melody must rank as one of the most charming independent performance-makers in Britain — smart, warm, unpretentiously funny and informative, just like the piece itself.' ★★★★The Times
Other infoAge 12+
Co-commissioned by LIFT, Warwick Arts Centre and Battersea Arts Centre.
Produced by Farnham Maltings.
Supported by The Marlborough Theatre and Arts Council England.
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