Wed, 22 Mar|
What would you do if a neighbour started to leave food on your doorstep? It’s the first national lockdown, two women, both strangers, step out and across the line that divides them. Lasagna is based on the true life experiences of women who have lost multiple children to the care system.
Time & Location
22 Mar 2023, 20:00 – 22:00
Boscombe, 643 Christchurch Rd, Boscombe, Bournemouth BH1 4AP, UK
About the Event
first national lockdown, two women, both strangers, step out and across the line that divides them.
Lasagna is based on the true life experiences of women who have lost multiple children to the care system. It celebrates community, generosity and humanity.
From the company behind Key Change - New York Times Critics’ Pick and Sugar on BBC iPlayer
About Open Clasp
Open Clasp place theatre at the heart of transforming the lives of women and girls. We collaborate with women and young women excluded by theatre and society to create bold and urgent theatre for personal, social and political change.
We often work directly with women who are affected by the criminal justice system in England in prisons and in community settings to produce theatre of the highest quality. This is then used to influence public opinion, train service providers and influence policy debates. Our work is supported by the women we work with, and the partnerships nurtured in the women’s service sector, community organisations, and academia.
“Open Clasp- a remarkable company working with disempowered women.”
“Open Clasp does something which is not only unique, entertaining and engaging but also incredibly important. They tell stories that need to be heard and they allow their audiences to see the world through unexpected eyes.”
Erica Whyman, Royal Shakespeare Company, Deputy Artistic Director & Open Clasp Patron
Ticket for Lasagna£10.00+£0.25 service fee