Heather Alexander: ROOM A Room of One’s Own
In 1929, Virginia Woolf haunts the shadows of Oxbridge. Scorned and ordered off the path; then refused entry to the library. Woolf prowls the streets of London at dusk. A thousand thoughts consume her. Faced with blatant injustice and inequality, Woolf slices through notions of gender disparity with a biting mix of integrity and visceral charm. A one woman show not to be missed!
‘A BEAUTIFUL PORTRAYAL BY AN ACCOMPLISHED ACTOR AT THE TOP OF HER GAME.’ British Theatre Guide