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  • Purple Wave presents

    Tea and Milk

    Sat 29 Jul at 9pm
    Tickets £8 - £12
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    A(nother) one woman show. All the cliches are there. Shitty job. Sex with randomers. Only this time she is a foreigner. So add that into the mix.



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    Running Time 60 mins
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome
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    Fresh from a breakup, stuck in a weird job and having sex with randomers in search of The One™️, this is a(nother) one woman show about a(nother) woman. She’s really trying - but at a school reunion, all her peers are talking about investment banking, children and marriage. Feel like keeping her company? 

    Edith Alibec’s bittersweet play celebrates the bravery of failing (and laughing) at life when you've found yourself out of place - in another country, in the wrong company, or when you just feel like you've been left behind.

    supported by the Keep It Fringe fund, the Romanian Cultural Institute and the National Cultural Fund Administration

    This is a preview for a full run at Edinburgh Fringe, C Venues, Aquila Studio, 2-27 Aug. Supported by the Keep It Fringe fund.

    *this is not autobiographical. I just used this photo to make my mum happy. 

     

    "She performs with such charisma and skill."
    Steve Waters, playwright on previous show 'Why the child is Cooking in the Polenta'
    "Her ability to transform herself is truly remarkable"
    Within Her Words on previous show 'Why the child is Cooking in the Polenta'
    "The actress put on a formidable performance"
    The Strand on previous show 'Why the child is Cooking in the Polenta'
    "Edith Alibec'c performance is beyond revelatory"
    The Upcoming on previous show 'Why the child is Cooking in the Polenta'

    "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