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    Racheal Ofori presents

    So Many Reasons

    Tues 16 Jan - Sat 3 Feb
    Tickets £12 (£10)
    Exploring cultural and generational shifts in how women see themselves and each other, this sassy and soulful new show asks what happens when we realise mums don't always know best.
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeThis performance includes flashing lights, loud noise and haze.

    My Mum said to me 'if you ever have children, don't have girls. They give you too much of a headache. "

    So Many Reasons is a story about the unique influence our mothers have on how we understand the world, from the perspective of a first generation British Ghanaian woman. Exploring cultural and generational shifts, religion and sexuality, this bold new show asks what happens when we realise mums don't always know best.

    Co-presented with Camden People's Theatre and supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation through the Home Run Commission. Funded by Arts Council England and the Leche Trust. Development supported by Ovalhouse.

    ""Ofori's show is a big achievement, boldly depicting the weight of cultural heritage amid the pressures of millennial experience and the quest for personal contentment"
    The Stage
    " Racheal Ofori's one-woman show, has reaffirmed my faith in the institution of theatre.""
    ""Culture, generation and gender collide to produce a wonderfully funny and pertinent show""
    London Theatre
    ""A beautiful coming of age story... Ofori is a tour de force" "
    A Younger Theatre
    ""A clever and candid coming of age tale""
    The Guardian
    ""Glows with warmth." "
    Time Out
    ""A parable that cuts to the patriarchal quick.""

    "Our children live in the most deprived ward in London and their parents cannot afford to pay for the classes and activities many more privileged children enjoy after school and at the weekends. A free-to-access youth group run by a local theatre in a professional setting is an incredible opportunity."

    Local school teacher