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Tickets for A Hundred Words for Snow the new monologue play performing at the Trafalgar Studios London, are now available.
A Hundred Words for Snow is an emotional journey of self-discovery and grief set within a melting Arctic world with polar bears. Tatty Hennessy explores the themes of coming of age, birth and death. It is an exceptional storytelling play that might leave you angry, sad, or emotional but despite being set in the North Pole, it will not leave you cold.
Book A Hundred Words for Snow tickets now for this inspiring new theatrical experience. A Hundred Words for Snow is performing at Trafalgar Studios in London from March 2019.
Age restrictionSuitable for ages 14+
Running time1hr 5 min (no interval)
Performance dates5 March - 30 March 2019.
Alesha Cherry Bhakoo31st March
Touching and searingly honest. I felt every inch of it.
Unbelievably emotional tonight. A perfect combination; a magical script by Tatty Hennessy brought to life by the extraordinary talents of Gemma Barnett and the direction of Lucy Papoosky and her team.
Martin Straesser28th March
Wonderful performance displaying both passion and talent.
LYNNE 26th March
The Play was very well written and directed. The lighting was very effective and Gemma Barnetts performance was utterly superb. I laughed and cried and left feeling uplifted.
Lucia Sanz Mateo24th March
Such an emotional play; I loved it.
Caroline Calascione24th March
Excellent writing, excellent performance, excellent direction
A Smith22nd March
A brilliant solo performance - absolutely stunning, comical and thought provoking. Theatre at its best.
Elin Lindqvist20th March
This was a fantastic show, and I recommend it with all my heart!
Barry Clarke18th March
A monologue about a daughter’s voyage of exploration and self-discovery as she tries to scatter her father’s ashes at the North Pole... as the ice melts so does the heart.
Dario Selvaggi14th March
It's a real and figurative journey into wilderness (glacial pole and ourself). The play combine grief and dark humour. Great one-woman performance.
Patricia Piñeiro Orellano12th March
Adriana 12th March
A forceful actrice with a brilliant future. A very talented team alltogether