Bee in my Beanie presents
I'm Sorry But...
directed Katherine Sturt-Scobie & Tess Agus
Bee in my Beanie present an evening of Theatre exploring Women’s Anger; from the Mundane to the Profane. After being given the provocation to explore their Anger, dozens of women writers and performers put pen to paper. The aim being to give space to the stories that arose and reclaim that Anger for ourselves.
From the woes of the modern dressing room all the way to politics with a capital P, this event explores a diverse style and range of writing. You the audience are being shown a glimpse into the rumble of thunder that is Women’s anger on the horizon. It is powerful and it is not going away.
Bee in my Beanie aims to break barriers between worlds through Play, Curiosity and Provocation. We explore what it is to be human through the child-like joy of storytelling and play. A collaboration of third-culture kids who have called many worlds home, we seek to question perceived boundaries by drawing on what brings us together as humans. We specialise in Puppetry, Clown and New Writing as a unique combination of what is at the heart of story.
Find out more at https://www.beeinmybeanie.com/
Trying Something New by Alex Lewis
Alex, Hannah, Christina, Jess, Zoe
Mighty Fucking Pen by Charlotte Green
Playing on my Mind by Hannah Davis
Flo by Alex Lewis
Educating Ignorance by Christina Ngoyi
Spilt Milk by Josephine Partridge
The Entitled Creep by Rosie Harris
Beautiful Pube by Alex Lewis
Alex, Christina, Zoe, Jess
The Sinner by Teresa Espejo
Again by Katherine Sturt-Scobie
Impressions by Julia Thurston
A Discontented Honk by Brenda Callis
Zoe, Jess (All)
Morning Routine (Film) by Erin Carn
Drink by Alex Lewis
And they called it Anger by Tess Agus
Table Nine by Maddie Salter
A Matter of Thoughts by Katherine Sturt-Scobie
Hannah, Zoe, Maddie
Sunday 13th January at 6pm
Monday 14th January at 7:30pm
Tickets: £8 | Concessions: £6
Running time: 60mins
Bad Language and Adult Themes (parental discretion necessary). Latecomers may not be admitted. Ticket purchases are non refundable. Concession prices apply to students; under 18s; pensioners; those on disability and unemployment benefits; Equity, BECTU & SDUK members; Portico Places cardholders. As a young venue we are still upgrading and developing the space, any additional donations are much appreciated and will be used towards improving the theatre even further and keeping the venue going in the long-term.