Hit improvised comedy show Women Who W*** will return to Preston on Thursday, November 28.Advertisement
The show will be held as part of The Ferret’s new Last Thursday of the Month performance night.
The award-winning improvised comical-tragical show played to a sell-out Preston crowd of over 60 people in March with audience comments from that show included: ‘Funny, honest, thought-provoking, endearing’.
There has already been a flood of positive comments made on social media since the announcement that the show is coming back to Preston after its performance at the Stanley Arms.
Read More: Underground electronic music venue opening in Friargate
The show, performed by Joanne Tremarco, is a mixture of heart-felt honesty and outrageous humour as the performer talks frankly about one of our most taboo subjects about females.
The Liverpool-based artist is one of Britain’s leading improvisation performers and has performed over 300 hours of solo improvised performances across the UK and USA.
She established FoolSize Theatre in 2012 with Christopher Murray, specifically creating work about taboo subjects.
She trained in live art in Birmingham and later toured with the Nomadic Academy of Fools in the UK, Germany and Spain. She is a regular fixture of Physical Fest – Liverpool Physical Theatre Festival.
Garry Cook, who programs The Ferret’s new regular Last Thursday of the Month performance nights, 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.”
Audiences can expect the unexpected in the unscripted show which improvised every performance.
Tremarco employs several performance techniques including Fooling, which she learned while training with world-leading artist Jonathan Kay at his Nomadic Academy For Fools.
Read More: ‘Love is more than just a game for two’ as thoughtful show comes to The Continental
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.”
Tickets are £7 and are available online from WeGotTickets.