Women Beware Women


Step into the flamboyant Florentine court and uncover the savage underbelly of desire, lust and ambition in Thomas Middleton's enduringly relevant exploration of gender power dynamics.
Sam Wannamker Playhouse, London, photographed from the street.

Photo: Peter Brown 2015


Overview


Genre: Tragedy
Venue: Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
Started: Friday 21 February 2020
Closes: Saturday 18 April 2020
Running time:To be confirmed
Age suitability: Not available

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Background


Note: Women Beware Women contains adult themes, including sexual coercion, which may be upsetting for some members of the audience.

Synopsis


A Woman. A Wife: Married in secret and locked away from other eyes by her new husband.


Another Woman. Another Wife. A Daughter: Pressed into marriage and duped into her uncle's bed.


A third Woman. A Widow. An Aunt. A Sister: Knows how to operate in a man's world.


How do you navigate a society in which women are consciously and unconsciously commodified, coerced and controlled?


Step into the flamboyant Florentine court and uncover the savage underbelly of desire, lust and ambition in Thomas Middleton's enduringly relevant exploration of gender power dynamics.


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Theatre


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Postal address:
21 New Globe Walk
Bankside
London SE1 9DT

Box office tel: 020 7401 9919

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Dates


Previews from:Friday 21 February 2020

Press night:Thursday 27 February 2020

Closes:Saturday 18 April 2020

Performance days & times


Evening:
Various ‑ check schedule for details.

Matinee:
Various - check schedule for details.

Tickets


Standard:

Standing tickets (fixed position): £10

Seated tickets from £20


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Creatives


Author: Thomas Middleton
Composer: James Fortune
Director: Amy Hodge
Designer: Joanna Scotcher

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