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Sh!t Theatre presents Women's Hour

Thursday, 10 March 2016 - 8:00pm
 
'Five Best Plays to see in Edinburgh' The Daily Telegraph. 
 
Lyn Gardner’s Top Tickets for the Fringe, The Guardian.
 
Winner: Three Weeks Editors Choice Award 2015
 
 
 
★★★★★  Edinburgh Festival Magazine
★★★★★   Three Weeks    
★★★★★   Scotsgay
★★★★   Telegraph
★★★★   Exeunt
★★★★   WhatsOnStage 
★★★★   Stage
★★★★   Fest
 
Women’s Hour – I’M FINE – Women’s Hour. First on Women’s Hour: Men, then us. Women’s Hour. Later on Women’s Hour: Ankle Socks? Women’s Hour.
 
Commissioned by Camden People's Theatre and winner of Three Weeks Editors Choice award 2015,  Women's Hour is a cabaret piece of “giddy, freewheeling silliness” (Exeunt) about what happens when women are given just one hour a day to think about what it is to be a woman.
 

Women's Hour #1 from Claire Nolan on Vimeo.

 
Women's Hour Edinburgh Fringe reviews 2015
 
'smart and necessary from a young company who are really finding their own distinctive voice' Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
 
'surreal, clever and hilarious...the standing ovation at the end was equal parts male and female' The Daily Telegraph ('Five Best Plays to see in Edinburgh')
 
'bloody marvellous' The Independent
 
'I would urge everybody to see this show' Total Theatre
 
Women's Hour preview reviews 2014-2015 reviews
 
"Swaggering, smart and side-achingly funny... A funny but fierce look at what it means to be a woman today"  ★★★★, What's On Stage
 
"Incredibly necessary, and a riotous evening at the theatre" ★★★★ A Younger Theatre
 
"Whip-smart and relentless, [Women's Hour] leaves you feeling exhausted, wrung out by how funny it is but also how accurate, how infuriating... Part-comedy, part-theatre, part-performance art and loads of fun to watch" ★★★★ Exeunt
 
"Women’s Hour has at the back of my mind been the yardstick for measuring how successfully feminism is communicated onstage. Women’s Hour casts a long shadow on other shows of a similar nature and its intelligence burns from beginning to end, positively incendiary."
★★★★ Female Arts
 
Sh!t Theatre bring Women's Hour to The Continental on Thursday 10th March 2016. Doors open 8pm. 
 
Tickets are £8 or £6 concessions - available from SEE Tickets, WeGotTickets and Skiddle
 
In person from The Continental's bar (01772 499 425) 
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