Three unique women. Their names: Lover, Worker, Mother.
Each keep a universe inside them.
Oh, and then there’s George…
Join them on a journey of love, lust, heartache and hilarity.
A One Woman Show about what women demand from life and what it demands of them.
Imogen Hudson-Clayton (Writer and Performer) trained at RADA and Rose Bruford College. Inspired by her trip to Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013, seeing such productions as Fleabag by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Imogen was keen to write her own one woman show to encapsulate the experiences of women. Imogen Hudson-Clayton is an emerging young artist with a sophisticated and unique voice.
David Zoob (Dramaturg and Director) was Associate Director at The Royal Theatre Northampton and Theatr Clwyd before taking up his current post as Senior Lecturer at Rose Bruford College. He has just returned to the UK from directing Maxim Gorky’s Philistines in Regina Canada and his recent production of the Words I Should Have Said to Phoebe Lewis by Jim English will tour to venues in the north of England, for End Of The Line Productions next summer. He has directed shows at the ICA, Stratford Circus, BAC, Greenwich Theatre and the Unicorn Theatre London. He is Artistic Director of Sacred and Profane.