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Liz Kingsman’s ‘One-Woman Show’ to open in the West End

The production played at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

Following performances in Edinburgh and at London’s Soho Theatre, Liz Kingsman’s One-Woman Show will play a West End engagement. Details on a West End venue, performance dates, and ticket information will be available at a later date.

Kingsman stars in her one-person play, and press release information states it “contains blinding ambition.”

“No one is more surprised than I am that the theatre community continue to take this prank at face value,” said Kingsman. “In saying that, I am beyond excited to bring the show to London’s West End. I don’t know why I didn’t think of it earlier.”

Producers Emily Vaughan-Barratt and Benjamin Lowy said: “What [Liz] has created is the perfect show - it's hysterical, powerful and incredibly clever. She is undoubtedly a major force and one we are proud to be collaborating with.”

Adam Brace directs One-Woman Show, and Daniel Carter-Brennan provides lighting design. A further creative team will be announced.

One-Woman Show will open in the West End.

Photo credit: Liz Kingsman (Photo courtesy of production)

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