Soho Theatre and Talawa Theatre Company present
Jazmin feels different. She doesn’t want to stay in the village. She doesn’t want to have a baby. She doesn’t want to laugh at racist jokes in the local pub. She’s got to get out.
A partly autobiographical dark comedy about finding your voice. Written and performed by Alfred Fagon Award shortlisted writer Tash Marshall.
VENUE: The Studio
PERFORMANCE DATES: Thursday 31 May - Saturday 2 June 2018
PERFORMANCE TIMES: Evenings, 7.30pm and Saturday Matinee, 2.30pm
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TICKET INFORMATION: Standard Tickets £13.00 / Concessions £11.00
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BOOK TICKETS: Box Office 0161 833 9833 / online
★★★★ “ ... descriptive, often angry, wrapping the room in language ... it's the way Marshall tells it that captures you. Marshall ... holds our attention: she’s got something special about her, almost a sort of wildness. I think she’s going to be a star.” The Times
★★★★ "Marshall, directed by Miranda Cromwell, moves fluidly between prose and everyday rhythms of speech as she delineates her characters, and gives an impassioned performance ... it's funny and gripping, and its emotional punch feels very real." The Evening Standard
"Natasha Marshall’s debut show, which she also performs solo, is a little cracker: full of fierce wit and neat observations about village life and what being a best mate really means." Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
★★★★★ "Natasha Marshall gives a blistering solo performance that hits the mark in every aspect" Critically Speaking
★★★★½ " ... compelling and impressive performance from Natasha Marshall ... slick, clear and ... humorous transitions. The writing is excellent ..." To Do List (Edinburgh)
★★★★ " ... powerful piece ... marks Natasha Marshall and her director Miranda Cromwell as ones to watch." British Theatre Guide