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Utopia Theatre: Here’s What She Said to Me

From:
19 February 2022
To:
19 February 2022
Old Fire Station, Oxford
40 George Street
Oxford
OX1 2AQ

Utopia Theatre: Here’s What She Said to Me

About Utopia Theatre: Here’s What She Said to Me

If I were like you, I’d have never found a man to marry me.

And that right there is a problem.

Meet Agbeke, Omotola and Aramide, three generations of proud African women connecting with each other across two continents, across time and space. Together they share their struggles, their joys, tragedies and broken dreams in order to find healing in the present.

Here’s What She Said to Me combines drama with music, poetry and movement to tell a moving story of daughters and mothers in the world of migrations and shifting identities, braving life with an undying hope, optimism and resilience.

Standard: £13.00. Pay more: £15.00. Pay less: £11.00

Here’s What She Said to Me reviews

“Extraordinary energy” —British Theatre Guide

“A vibrant and engaging story” —The Sheffield Telegraph

“Beautifully brought to life” —What’sOnStage

“A masterclass in acting from three incredible storytellers” —The Rotherham Advertiser

“Beautifully directed by Mojisola Elufowoju, music and movement become metabolised within the story” —The Guardian

Good to know

Dates & times: 19 February at Old Fire Station, Oxford

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes with no interval

Age guidance: 15+

Content warning: This production contains adult themes, sexual references, implications of physical and sexual abuse, and references to childbirth.

About the company

Utopia Theatre Company is a leading African theatre company in the UK, founded in Sheffield in 2012 by Mojisola Elufowoju, FRSA. The company prides itself on being a leading voice in African Theatre, particularly in the digital space.

The company is dedicated to demonstrating the rich cultural heritage of Africa’s theatre canon, and in so doing, dispel stereotypes and encourage authentic voices from the African Diaspora.

This performance is supported using public funding by Arts Council England. It is presented on tour by house, an initiative delivered by Farnham Maltings and funded by Arts Council England.