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KPS Productions and the Bridge House Theatre SE20 present The Frida Kahlo of Penge West at the Bridge House Theatre SE20 in south east London from 4 to 23 November 2014, with an official opening on 6 November 2014.
Written and directed by South London resident Chris Larner, and produced by Penge resident Kat Portman Smith of KPS Productions, this is described as a "two-woman comedy about one woman's struggle to stage a one-woman drama about Frida Kahlo, with two women in it..."
The cast includes Cecily Nash and Olivia Scott-Taylor, with designs by Nina Patel-Grainger, lighting design by Celia Degua and costume design by Natalie Pryce.
"When quiet, unassertive Zoe agrees to let an old university chum sleep on her sofa for "just a couple of nights", little does she imagine how much her life will be blown apart. For Ruth - vain, driven, and totally narcissistic, is an unemployed actor and extraordinarily cross about it. And when Ruth determines to show the World a thing or two by writing and starring in a play of her own, the hapless Zoe is dragged unwillingly into playing a supporting role or eight."