Described as songs with a play, ‘Really Really Want’ tells the tale of a group of middle-aged women, who find themselves increasingly imprisoned by work, relationships, their own inner voices and drawers full of control underwear. Together they come to the only logical solution – form a girl band.
Lisa-Marie Baker who alongside her sister Catherine Cowan founded Vesper Walk says:
“The band started trending the theatrical boards two years ago when we took The Fallen Angel Show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, since then we have been working on weaving a multitude of art forms together. Really Really Want is funny, examines the joys of your average mid-life crisis, poignant, and filled with original quirky songs that Vesper Walk are known for. We have been working hard to create a highly entertaining and thought provoking show, which we hope to take to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017..”
The show which will be performed by professional musicians and actors Lisa-Marie Baker, Catherine Cowan, Lucy Charnock, Amie Robertson, Joyce Griffiths and joining the Vesper Walk cast for the first time – Katie Western and Joanna Huntington.
‘Really Really Want’ will be performed at the York Theatre Royal on Thursday 10 November and tickets for the show cost £10 each. Tickets can be booked in advance from: www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk or in person at the York Theatre Royal Box Office.
For more information on the show visit: www.vesperwalk.co.uk or on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/girlpowerjustgrewup/