Featuring: live drinking, the re-release of Hannah’s single that she made when she was sixteen (and thought was really good) and a hearty mouthful of public shaming, An Evening with Savvy B promises to be the best night ever.
Director Rosa Postlethwaite and performer Hannah Walker collaborate to create a funny, touching and raucous one-woman show about Sauvignon Blanc, selective memory and self-image. As director Rosa explains: “We can't wait to bond with you over An Evening with Savvy B. Expect inward looking, oversharing and an awful lot of wine tasting as Hannah pulls apart this daily ritual.”
Hannah and Rosa devise new work that straddles theatre and live art, approaching subject matters with care and generosity. An audience member described their work as ‘funny, glossy and honest’. Inspired by the alternative cabaret scene they make shows that are as effervescent and potent as the drinks they mix.
At a work-in-progress showing of An Evening with Savvy B at ARC (Stockton) an audience member said: “Absolutely stunning, engaging performance on film and stage.”
An Evening with Savvy Bhas been supported by the Sunday for Sammy Trust and Arts Council England.
Twitter @TheSavvyB #SavvyB
Co-written and directed by Rosa Postlewaite
Image by Richard J Freeman
Produced by Melanie Rashbrooke (The Six Twenty)
An Evening with Savvy B is suitable for 14+. At Alphabetti Theatre tickets are Pay What You Feel and at N16 tickets are £8 full price and £7 concession. For more information or to reserve tickets – online link https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/137457