Sun 30 June | Picasso’s Women by Brian McAvera (Flying Elephant Productions)

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Starts in 14 Days, 7 Hours

June 30, 2019 7:00 pm

01305 266926

Dorchester Corn Exchange

Sunday 30 June

7.00pm

£14 / £12 members and concessions

2 Hours (Approx)

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A unique look at the great painter’s early life through the voices of his wives, mistresses and muses.
These three honest and humorous monologues were originally produced at the National Theatre and on BBC Radio 3. The unique stories of French model Fernande, Russian ballerina Olga and 17-year-old mistress Marie-Thérèse give an insight into life with Picasso and the influence the women had on his art
Following recognition at last summer’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival, these three monologues take a look at the great painter Picasso’s early life through the voices of his wives, mistresses and muses. The stories of French model Fernande, Russian ballerina Olga and 17-year-old mistress Marie-Thérèse gives an insight into the influence the women had on his art. Originally produced at the National Theatre and on BBC Radio 3, the production earnt pick of the Fringe and a Favourite Theatre Show Nomination as well as a London transfer. The show also features artwork that reflects its content.

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