Goblin Baby Theatre Co. presents The Princess Monologues. Directed by Tessa Hart and performed by Eleanor Dillon-Reams.
What does it even mean to be a Princess in the 21st Century?
Featuring monologues by Claire Booker, Amy Bethan Evans, Tessa Hart, Simon Jay, Tina Jay, Tilly Lunken & Eliza Power. Assistant Director: Grace Taylor – Designer: Alisa James.
Sunday 15th November at 6pm at Theatre N16 in Balham (Preview)
Thursday 19th to Sunday 22nd November at 7.30pm at The Bread & Roses Theatre in Clapham
Sunday 6th December at 6pm at The Space on the Isle of Dogs
From iconic fairytale Princesses to stereotypical Disney Princesses, contemporary princesses to historical Princesses, imagined Princesses to imaginary Princesses, former Princesses to future Princesses, British Princesses to foreign Princesses, wannabe Princesses to self-proclaimed Princesses… In a series of ten minute monologues several of these ‘Princesses’ tell us: What does it even mean to be a Princess in the 21st Century?
#Shame by Eliza Power
Gretchen is 27 today. Exactly one day too old to be a Disneyland Princess. As career wilderness approaches, she must finally drop her glittery guise and confront the past she’s been hiding from.
Princess Frankenstein by Claire Booker
Medical student, Frankie, is a genius in the lab, but her love life stinks. Then she gets the Big Idea. Can she surgically create the perfect man?
Hail Your Majesty by Tessa Hart
A real-life Princess. In the 21st Century. Born into one of the richest Royal Families in the World. She has it ‘all’…
Just a Girl by Tina Jay
Sarina isn’t a real princess – she never wanted to be – but given titles are hard to escape from. As are the towers of
Dynamite II by Tilly Lunken
Diana Might didn’t make it to her last performance and so it’s left to her sister Emma to share what she wrote.
Home Made Princess by Simon Jay
A Princess’ life is laid out for her – It can be a curse for some but for others it can be a liberation; for this Princess it’s
Mr Andersen’s Princess by Amy Bethan Evans
Princess Alexandra of Denmark was Princess of Wales for many years and as a child was told the original story of the princess of the sea; a tale that may not be as absurd to her as she claims…..
Sunday 15th November at 6pm
Theatre N16 (Preview), Upstairs at The Bedford, 77 Bedford Hill, London SW12 9HD
Thursday 19th to Sunday 22nd November at 7.30pm
The Bread & Roses Theatre, 68 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6DZ London
Sunday 6th December at 6pm
The Space, 269 Westferry Road, London E14 3RS