I’ve Got Nothing to Wear

1993

Three women and one New Man offer stories, confessions, jokes, songs and music about the miseries and joys of being a woman in the 1990s. With plenty of opportunities for audiences to join in – voting on the merits of new outfits to wear, or learning to speak ‘espadrille’, the new non-sexist language – this cabaret takes a humorous and poignant look at the choices confronting women.

  • Devised by the company with Paula Webb and John Flanagan

Cast

Sally Armstrong
Performer
Matt Devereaux
Performer
Amanda Symonds
Performer
Michele Whitehead
Performer

Production Team

Clare Venables
Director
Caroline Gawn
Assistant Director
Lucy Bevan
Designer
Charlotte McLelland
Lighting Designer / Stage Manager
Fleur Howard (London)
Production Manager
David Jewell (Tour)
Production Manager
Evita Bier
Administration

Places and dates

Lilian Baylis Theatre, London
06/01/1993 - 16/01/1993
Drum Theatre, Plymouth
19/01/1993 - 23/01/1993
Thameside Theatre, Grays
04/02/1993 - 05/02/1993
Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury
06/02/1993
Sherman Arena Theatre, Cardiff
11/02/1993 - 13/02/1993
Nuffield Theatre Studio, Lancaster University
16/02/1993 - 17/02/1993

‘Three female performers and one token New Man grapple with… post-feminism, sex, food, fashion, body image, motherhood, menstruation, role models and much, much more.’
This Is London Jan 1993

‘The very talented quartet provided an engaging non-stop 90 minutes, making points without stridency and, more important, giving a lot of pleasure.’
Bill Stone Plymouth Evening Herald Jan 1993

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