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The Princess Monologues

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The Bread & Roses Theatre, Clapham

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The Princess Monologues

What does it mean to be a princess in the 21st century?

From the fairytales of old to the pop music of today, from the classics of the Disney films to the real-life royalty, the use of the word princess has never been so wide-ranging. The Princess Monologues is a play that attempts to explore those meanings. In a series of 10-minute shorts, princesses from all different walks of life tell us what it means to be a royalty in the 21st Century. Delving into diverse stories and backgrounds, all monologues are set in our contemporary times and presented by a single performer. The Bread + Roses Theatre are also offering a little bonus if you come dressed as a princess. Come in a costume – get a quid back. Simple as that. Directed by Tessa Hart and performed by Eleanor Dillon-Reams. Monologues written by: - #Shame by Eliza Power - Princess Frankenstein by Claire Booker - Hail Your Majesty by Tessa Hart - Just a Girl by Tina Jay - Dynamite II by Tilly Lunken - Home Made Princess by Simon Jay - Mr Andersen's Princess by Amy Bethan Evans A 50-seat fringe theatre venue in South London, The Bread & Roses Theatre programs a wide-spread variety of productions while providing theatre-makers with a space to develop and present their work. Located upstairs at the Bread & Roses Pub in Clapham, the theatre has hosted everything from one-off shows to three-week runs, and welcomed award-winning theatre companies as well as new ensembles. Not suitable for under 15s. Please arrive on time as latecomers may not be admitted.

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