Soup-Stained Arts specialise in 'exploring what it means to exist in the world today', and its latest production, P: A One Woman Show, looks set to push this to the max.
The show centres on a 'lovable lunatic' bumbling through life, trying hard to keep her job and keep happy while the world, maybe, has other ideas...
"Finding a job is hard. Keeping one is harder...well, for her it is anyway" states the outline of the solo story telling show, written, directed and performed by Leila Herandi.
"Our [protagonist/antagonist] (delete as appropriate) is an eternal optimist who can't see the world crashing around her for the rose-tinted glasses she doesn't realise she's wearing, as she naively bumbles her way through life" it adds.
The show presents "a week in the life of the lovable lunatic we walk past on the street; as we forever wonder what goes on underneath the surface of this familiar stranger..."
Sounds intriguing, immersive, entertaining and strangely relevant, as audiences have raved like pickled herrings... 'This lady's performance is spot on - the script is quick, hilarious and delivered perfectly'... 'One of the funniest performances I've seen in ages'... 'A captivating solo performance'...
P: A One Woman Show
Wednesday 9th- Friday 11th May 7:30pm
Kings Arms £8
To book tickets – click here
See also the Facebook event page - click here
For further details see the Soup-Stained website – click here