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  • Hannah Maxwell


    Hannah Maxwell is a writer, performer and theatremaker. Their autobiographical storytelling work offers a unique blend of influences from theatre, performance art, stand up, spoken word and musicals. It is hyperspecific, playful and idiosyncratic. Layered without being impenetrable. It remarks on the unremarkable. It is nonchalantly queer, because they are. There’s a bit of song and dance. Your mother would love it.

    Maxwell’s debut show, I, AmDram (2017-2022), about queer identity and growing up amongst amateur musical theatre, was developed through the Starting Blocks Artist Development Programme at Camden People's Theatre. The show premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019 with The Pleasance before touring to Adelaide Fringe 2020, around the UK and to Germany and Norway. The playtext is published by Bloomsbury/Oberon Books.

    New show, Nan, Me & Barbara Pravi is set to premiere with Summerhall at EF2023.

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  • Hannah Maxwell CPT shows

    Daisy King
    Hannah Maxwell presents

    I, AmDram

    Tue 1 - Thu 3 May
    Utilising queer theory, degree-level practice-based research and a showstopper of a smile, I, AmDram minds the gap between the identities we assert and the worlds we leave; all through the musty vibrancy of amateur dramatics.
    Hannah Maxwell presents

    Nan, Me & Barbara Pravi

    Tue 14 - Thu 16 (7.15pm) & Fri 17 Nov (9pm)
    Entirely fictional. And completely true. Voila. An epic tale of care, crisis and the Eurovision Song Contest by the acclaimed creator of I, AmDram.

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    "CPT is as a beacon of fringe goodness, a theatre that champions diversity, inclusivity and the best kind of weird uniqueness"