The world premiere of Invisibles by Argentinian writer Lola Lagos platforms the voices of two Latin women who despite being robbed from their dignity and freedom, never succumb to losing their spirit.
Sandra and Marisa have been in this place for a long time. A place that only takes and takes and takes away... Yet when the music plays, the women dance, laugh and love. Stuck between abuse and violence, they keep on living and dreaming. Dreaming of a better life, somewhere across the river.
Directed by feminist theatremaker Nastazja Somers, Invisibles is a haunting and political piece of theatre that brings us closer to understanding the real weight of endurance and resistance carried by so many women in many foreign lands.Book Now
MIO is a theatre & performing arts production company based in London and Mexico, founded by Mexican London-based producer and director María Inés Olmedo that seeks to tell stories through cross-disciplines mainly-but not only, of Latin American playwrights and authors promoting perspectives and voices that are vibrant, relevant, urgent and which have a strong universal resonance in today’s world.Book Now
Written by Lola Lagos
Translated by Rocio Gómez
Directed by Nastazja Somers
Cast : Jimena Mancilla as Sandra and Amanda Vilanova as Marisa
Lighting design by Lucía Sánchez Roldán
Sound design by Nicola Chang
Produced by María Inés Olmedo
Stage Manager: Sebastian Davut
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|Tuesday 17 March||Tue 17 Mar||19:30||£14.00||Venue: Pit - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Wednesday 18 March||Wed 18 Mar||19:30||£14.00||Venue: Pit - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Thursday 19 March||Thu 19 Mar||19:30||£15.00||Venue: Pit - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Friday 20 March||Fri 20 Mar||19:30||£15.00||Venue: Pit - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Saturday 21 March||Sat 21 Mar||19:30||£15.00||Venue: Pit - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Sunday 22 March||Sun 22 Mar||16:30||£15.00||Venue: Pit - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Sunday 22 March||Sun 22 Mar||19:30||£15.00||Venue: Pit - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
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