‘Food for Thought’
Written and Directed by Mariama Ives-Moiba
Thursday 22nd March 8pm – Congregation Hall Room 01.07; Friday 23rd March 7.30pm – Nelson Court Common Room; Saturday 24th March 6.30pm – Union Room 1.28
In one week four young girls battle with food, and it becomes a battle of the mind. None are willing to except the consequences of their actions, until a new member’s innocence and unique behaviour threatens to challenge everything they once perceived.
This gripping but at times light-hearted play reminds us of the pressures upon young girls in society and how they choose to deal with it. The play is set in the Common Room of BC Children’s Hospital, and the four girls are overseen by Doctor Green, their psychologist.
“I am climbing Mount Kilimanjaro for Childreach International, therefore all the money raised on the night will go towards the charity which works on improving the lives of underprivileged children all over the world, by supplying them with fresh water, education and works to put a stop to child trafficking!
I hope to see many of you there for a night of entertainment all in the name of Childreach International!” – Mariama Ives-Moiba
There will be light refreshments on sale after the event! Tickets are £5, email email@example.com to book your place!
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