Through a series of robust episodes drawing on social and cultural influences from Yorkshire, Ireland and Jamaica, Keira rhythmically weaves together traditional music, authentic song and gutsy dance.
Best described as Irish dance deep in thought, she shares hard hitting and heart-warming chapters of her life to courageously address stereotypes and challenge labels. Witness her build bridges and burn them again, each time revealing a deeper layer of herself and her heritage.
This feisty yet vulnerable performance is entertaining and demonstrates the power and elegance of women in a very real and honest way.
Concessions (People with disabilities, senior citizens, students, registered unwaged) and Southwark residents are all entitled to discounted tickets. Please bring proof of concession with you when collecting tickets.
Disabled access: Please let us know at the time of booking of any access requirements or enquiries you have. You can contact us on 02077010100 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The theatre has wheelchair access and a disabled toilet.
Refunds cannot be issued for tickets after purchase but they can be exhanged if there is availability. Please contact us on 02077010100 if you need to change the date of a ticket.
Please note we are generally unable to admit latecomers