The Story of a Scouse Girl with Possessed Hair Extensions.
Liverpudlian Arabella is going out tonight, with the intentions of painting the town red and every other colour she can. Little does she know what is about to happen…
ArtsGroupie Presents, The Story of a Scouse Girl with Possessed Hair Extensions.
Supported by Arts Council England.
A comic tale of hair extensions, social media un-realness and friendship. Ideal for an alternative Xmas Night out or office party. Not for those easily offended.
Liverpudlian Arabella is going out tonight, with the intentions of painting the town red and every other colour she can. Little does she know what is about to happen.
WEAVE is a dark comedy about a young woman with possessed hair extensions. It explores modern social issues around women's body image, social media pressure, mental health, and societal superficiality. The one woman show features adult humour, puppetry, and shadow play to tell the story of Arabella's self discovery as she realises that the false personality she portrays online to impress strangers only leads to despair and disappointment, and that her real friends are those who don't judge her through social media.
ArtsGroupie, the team that brought you KITTY: Queen of the Washhouse, the sell-out play celebrating Liverpool legend Kitty Wilkinson (pioneer of the first washhouse and public baths), are back with a hair scare dark comedy.
Starring Samantha Alton as Arabella, Directed by Margaret Connell, Written by John Maguire and Samantha Alton. Images, Andrew Ab, Sound/lighting, Peter Mitchelson. Stylist, M!key Garland.
"Hiya Queen! Yeah, just been in town. I am done in—R.I.P my little feet—yeah, got my hair done, lashes tinted and had a quick go in 'Tantastic'. I've got a new frock, new shoes and I forgot to tell you about my new hair extensions. Not just normal extensions like—real RUSSIAN hair! Oh, me weave will be AMAZO!”
Please note – the bar will close 15 minutes before the advertised start time.
Latecomers will not be admitted so please arrive in good time.
Please contact Box Office on 0151 709 4321 if you require wheelchair access. There are two wheelchair spaces available for each show.
There are no booking fees payable (hurrah!)