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20 to 25 Jul 2021
Jermyn Street Theatre
Image courtesy Jermyn Street Theatre
"Come unto me and I will give you rest."
Marianne is nearly thirty and absolutely fine.
Her mother's gone, her father's useless and her only grandparent has just dropped dead.
Being absolutely fine, she's confident she can deal with her nagging feeling of complete and utter loneliness.
She's tried the self-help books, given yoga a stab, and now she has to find herself a saviour.
What about the man walking towards her table this very second?
Background information, advisory warnings
Age suitability: Not available
Helen Reuben returns to Jermyn Street Theatre after playing the title role in Pictures of Dorian Gray.
Donnacadh O'Briain is an Olivier Award-winning director.
His productions have played at The RSC, in the West End and internationally.
Festival: This show is part of Footprints Festival.
Social media & info
London SW1Y 6ST
Performance days & times
Tuesday 20 July 7.30pm
Friday 23 July 9.30pm
Saturday 24 July 5.30pm
Sunday 25 July 5.00pm
TICKET BAND C:
£12 to £19 (In theatre)
£9 to £15 (At home)
Author: Helen Reuben
Director: Donnacadh O'briain