a short play by Sonali Bhattacharyya
Directed By Dani Parr
Tickets are free
Created from a series of Almeida Participation workshops with women aged 17 to 97, 2066 explores the relationship between mother and daughter.
In the workshops, participants shared their personal stories and responded to creative tasks about what these relationships might look like in the future, focusing on political differences women have with their mothers and what ambitions their own mothers had for them when they were growing up. The resulting short play looks at a mother and a daughter in an imagined future, and is set against a backdrop of changes to the welfare system and the NHS.
Photos: Peter Schiazza
Mon 14 Nov - Tue 15 Nov
Theatre includes: Hetty Feather (West End and Tour & US); Cinderella (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Them With Frozen Tails (Nottingham/Network of Stuff); Jack (York Theatre Royal); The Borrowers (Mac Birmingham); The Merry Wives of Windsor; Much Ado About Nothing; Cyrano (OSC); The Taming of The Shrew (Orange Tree Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Sprite); Twelfth Night (Bold ‘n’ Saucy); Dr. Faustus (Brute Farce); Marat/Sade (Arcola Theatre).
Sarah has also appeared in physical, devised and site specific theatre with various innovative companies. Her most recent credits include: The Clock Stopped at 8:19 (Connect) and Bluebeard in Brompton Cemetery. She also works as a drama practitioner and facilitator.
The running time is approximately 30 minutes.
Writer Sonali Bhattacharyya
Direction Dani Parr
Film Jaha Browne