REVIEW: There Was A Little Girl

A one-woman play about growing up opposing the female narrative.

Millie is not like other girls. In fact, ever since she was little she actively traded in her fairy tales for mud and cut off her ringlets to stop the nickname goldilocks. Now she’s on a quest to work out what it means to be one of lads, whilst she explores and subverts the insidious routes of gender stereotypes, turning what she thought she knew on its head. Join Millie as she battles against the assumptions of her former self, when being ‘not like other girls’ is not all that it seems. A witty, comedic and truthful insight into growing up opposing the female narrative.

Millie Wood-Downie’s debut one-woman play showing as a work-in-progress at The Station, Silver Street.

Thursday 20th May @ 7pm
Friday 21st May @ 7pm
Running time 1 hour approx.

Directed by Katie Bonna
Sound Design by Oli Samways

Supported using public funding by Arts Council England, with further support from Creative Youth Network, Sweet Venues & Brighton Fringe. 

At The Station, Silver Street, Bristol, BS1 2AG

This is a seated, socially distanced event following COVID safety guidelines

Tickets at Headfirst Bristol