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Honeybee

Eleanor Dillon-Reams

2nd Nov 2019 - 3rd Nov 2019

StageSpace - Pleasance London

7:45pm, 6:45pm

Suitable for ages 16 and above

Overview

HoneyBee is a new one-woman play, which combines spoken word, physical theatre, stand-up comedy and a thumping festival-driven soundtrack.

Written by the award-winning poet Eleanor Dillon-Reams and directed by Jess Tucker-Boyd, this marathon feat of a show tells the story of Kate, as she flits and stumbles through her twenties fuelled on highs and hedonism. Having had her world turned upside down at a festival, Kate finds herself on a journey to rediscover her identity and self-worth.

Holding nothing back, and flipping the bird to the patriarchy, Kate’s story represents a generation’s search for purpose and the need to dance in the face of adversity.

It’s Fleabag meets Kate Tempest with a dash of dirty bass.

"Dillon-Reams is kind and careful in her storytelling, and so we dress up with her, laugh with her, and worry when it all goes wrong." (The Guardian)

"A sparkly, well-rounded piece of theatre" ★★★★ (Broadway Baby)

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Important information:

This show contains explicit sexual references, reference to illegal drugs and references to mental health issues.

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