Hit improvised comedy show Women Who W*** is coming to the Stanley Arms.Advertisement
The award-winning show, performed by Joanne Tremarco, first came to Preston in 2016 as the centrepiece of Lancashire Fringe Festival.
A mixture of honesty and humour, Women Who W*** sees Tremarco exploring theories surrounding masturbation and talking frankly about female orgasms.
The show is described as a warm and tender piece of theatre, filled with tear-jerking intimate stories and beautifully delivered feelings. Unscripted and totally improvised, no two performances are the same.
Tremarco is one of Britain’s leading improvisation performers. She co-established FoolSize Theatre in 2012 specifically to create work about taboo subjects.
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Tremarco said: “This show has had audiences across the UK and USA howling with laughter, tears and pleasure. The show aims at liberating, educating, entertaining, unifying and empowering the audience.
“Through warm and playful interactions with the audience I encourage, gather and create a surprising journey using the wisdom that is within the present audience.”
Show organiser Garry Cook said: “The first time I saw this show I was absolutely blown away by the intensity of the performance, which comes wrapped up in Joanne’s huge charisma, warmth and ability to connect with the audience.
“The way Joanne interacts with the audience, totally unscripted and improvised, is unbelievable. Audiences fall in love with her and the whole event is so far beyond what most people get to experience from live theatre.
“More than any other show, Women Who W*** inspired me to start working with artists and bringing them to Preston for no other reason than wanting as many people as possible to experience brilliant performances.
“I’m proud to be working with Joanne and bringing her back to Preston with a show that is totally loved by everyone who sees it.”
Women Who W*** will be at the Stanley Arms on Tuesday 26 March at 8pm. Tickets are £7 and available from WeGotTickets.com.
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