Willow (Play)

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Gabi is 100% sure she knows why she and her girlfriend Lottie broke up. Or 70% sure. Maybe 50%. Can she show it to you? The best parts, the parts she still doesn’t understand, and the parts she’s still trying to get over.

But is it possible to tell your own story, and tell it honestly? Especially when your ex-girlfriend is sharing the stage with you.

Throughout Willow, Gabi and Lottie explore the fault lines in their relationship, and their (very) different views on the fallout of events.

Willow looks at how being certain and being truthful aren’t always the same thing, and what happens when someone you love doesn’t play the part you expect. Created by Jenny Richards, a bi woman, about a bi woman, produced by an all-queer women team.

Shows on 8th, 9th, 15th (Sunday), 16th September, at 8.30pm.

Described by each of the cast in three words: Generation Z, relatable, real. Intense, happening, and briefly-sweet. For an interview with them about it: https://www.thegallyry.com/post/the-new-all-female-plays-coming-to-london-next-month

It is staged as a double bill with "Different Sand" (starts at 7pm, Willow at 8:30 with an interval between).
Find out more about Different Sand here: https://www.facebook.com/events/436681000499371/

Tickets:
£10, but use code 'LEMON' at checkout (discount offered to us) to get 20% off: https://www.bunkertheatre.com/whats-on/willow
(if you'd like to see Different Sand about two sisters, at 7pm in the same venue, with a break between, you can also get a £15 double bill ticket to both).
If using "Nordic chic" Børealis Restaurant nearby, show your theatre tickets to get a free cocktail/mocktail with any main course.

Theatre:
Lemon House Theatre is a new theatre company rooted in the idea of collaboration. The company was created as a way to build a community hub where artists felt supported in taking risks and experimenting, with the aim of Lemon House Theatre being to make vibrant theatre that creates conversation between artists and audiences.

I'm told the theatre has a good bar space too.

Accessibility/Travel:
Venue via steep ramp down from Flat Iron Square (its in former parking garage in basement of a Grade II listed building); wheelchair users may require assistance.
Getting to the venue: https://www.bunkertheatre.com/visiting-us
Accessibility + concessions: https://www.bunkertheatre.com/visiting-us/access-info
Free ticket for carers via email/call to box office -[masked] or [masked]

Facebook event:
https://www.facebook.com/events/2415554465356212/

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