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SNAIL

Bebe Sanders

Tue 28th Feb - Sun 5th Mar
18:35,15:10,18:05 (
60 mins)
Theatre
New Writing / Solo Show / Women’s Voices
Tickets from £13.00
Venue: Cage
Age Guidance: 15+
Contains strong language, adult themes, sexual references, and themes of ill mental health and anxiety

‘There’s nothing gentle about what i’m feeling’
Life’s moving too fast, and Sylvie’s doing all she can to keep up. Her perfect routine of running, teaching, nights out, volunteering and bi-weekly coffees with her Mum are keeping her beautifully busy, and despite the rising tide of stress, exhaustion and overwhelm, Sylvie agrees to take on even more work.
As she finally buckles under the pressure, Sylvie finds herself spiralling into unusual behaviour, climaxing in a surreal mating ritual. With a trail of mess behind her and in a haze of disassociation, she’s at risk of losing everything she’s worked so hard to maintain.
As her inner world collides with the outside noise, Sylvie is faced with an unavoidable question – can she find the courage to switch off and slow down? Can she lean into her inner strength, break the mould, and empower herself to ‘be more snail’?

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Tue 28th Feb
6.35pm
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Wed 1st Mar
6.35pm
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Thu 2nd Mar
6.35pm
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Fri 3rd Mar
6.35pm
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Sat 4th Mar
Matinee
3.10pm
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Sat 4th Mar
6.05pm
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Sun 5th Mar
6.05pm
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Bebe Sanders

Bebe Sanders graduated from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School as an actor in 2013, and has been working as a writer/performer since. Acting credits include; THREE WINTERS (National Theatre) TWELFTH NIGHT (Orange Tree Theatre), WHITE FANG (Park Theatre), DOCTORS (BBC), THE BEST OF MEN (BBC).
Bebe’s first play PEBBLES also played a sold out run to rave reviews at Katzpace in 2017. In 2018, she wrote and starred in Poor Michelle’s premiere production of her play VIOLET, which toured from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to London’s Bunker Theatre, the Tristan Bates, Stephen Joseph Theatre and the 2019 VAULT Festival, with a one night performance at Paines Plough’s Roundabout. VIOLET was published by Oberon books in 2019. Bebe has previously been supported by Paines Plough as one of their Big Room writers, and is currently working on her next play and her first teleplay. Her short film HAM is currently in pre production and filming later this year.
Bebe is represented as an actress by Sally Hope Associates and as a writer by Berlin Associates.

Press & Reviews

PRAISE FOR PREVIOUS WORK: BEBE SANDERS


For 'VIOLET' (2018)


Lyn Gardner - 'An understated, unflashy and affecting story of unexpected redemption'


Broadway Baby ★★★★★ - 'Bebe’s writing has just the right amount of irreverent humour to balance out the emotional core of the text. There are many lines which have you laughing one second and then crying the next. Only the very best storytelling has the ability to do this'


Londontheatre1 ★★★★ - 'Wistful and memorable'


 


For 'PEBBLES' (2017)


The Spy In The Stalls ★★★★ - 'A witty, heart-warming tale of friendship and the humorous idiosyncrasies that come from a life in isolation'


London City Nights ★★★★ - 'Sanders' script is polished to a mirror sheen, bundling up a load of complex emotions'


 


PRAISE FOR PREVIOUS WORK - IMY WYATT CORNER


Broadway Baby ★★★★★ - 'Intelligent and emotionally aware'

The Scotsman ★★★★ - 'A refreshing reminder to look beyond the drama in our own heads'


Broadway Baby ★★★★ - 'Imy Wyatt Corner’s direction… boldly confronts the awkwardness of not getting politics ‘right’ first time. Her direction of the space and the story is pronounced'


 

Cast & Creative Team Writer / Performer: BEBE SANDERS
Director: IMY WYATT CORNER
Assistant Director: MANDI CHIVASA
Producer: RACHEL THOMAS
Designer: CAT FULLER

With thanks to James Grieve for his Dramaturgical support


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