Acclaimed playwright Ian Salmon’s monologue show in Buxton
Six monologues detailing small moments of revelation in the lifes of half a dozen very different women will be shared in a work created by an acclaimed playwright.
Half The Sky has been written by Ian Salmon, recipient of the Highly Commended Award in the Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize 2015.
The monologues, which draw together themes of faith, fate, belief, destiny and heartbreak. are accompanied by live music from singer/songwriter Reid Anderson and cellist Stephanie E. Kearney.
You can catch Half The Sky at the United Reformed Church, Buxton, on Friday, July 17, at 7.15pm. Tickets £8.