Picasso’s Women features a series of monologues and confessionals performed by three of the most influential women in the early life of seminal 20th Century artistic genius, Picasso.
In collaboration with Gallery Different, come and listen to the fascinating lives of Fernande Olivier, Olga Khokhlova and Marie-Thérèse Walter.
The production features Fernande, played by Judith Paris, who tells the audience about the lustful early years of her relationship with Picasso. Fernande is known to have published her memoirs in her later years to great success. The play then focuses on Olga, Picasso’s first wife who is played by Colette Redgrave. She candidly recounts the ‘departments in which Picasso lacked’ and the sadness she felt when she lost her husband to the younger and nubile Marie-Therese performed by Kirsten Moore. Their relationship is featured in the current TATE Modern Exhibition and depicts the passion in their short-lived relationship.
Adults - £25.00, includes 1 x drink token in exchange for an alcoholic or soft drink
Concessions - £20.00, includes 1 x drink token in exchange for an alcoholic or soft drink
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Doors will open at 7pm and the performance will commence at 7.30pm. There will be a cash bar serving a range of wines, beers and soft drinks with table service. Bar snacks will be available. Seating is cabaret style on a first come first served basis. There is limited cloakroom facilities so please avoid bringing large bags.
Nearest underground stations are Tottenham Court Road on the northern and central lines, Goodge Street on the Northern Line and Warren Street and Oxford Circus on the Victoria Line. There are also numerous buses which stop on Tottenham Court Road close to Percy Street. There is on street parking which is free after 6.30pm.