Performance Diary

Virginia Woolf: Killing the Angel

2021

July

Virginia Woolf: Killing the Angel Sat 3 – London Song Festival 2pm Hinde Street Methodist Church, London WIU 2QJ

Virginia Woolf: an illustrated talk with songs Wed 8 London School of Economics from The Shaw Library. An online event. Tickets

Virginia Woolf: an illustrated talk with songs Thurs 15 Deal Music Arts Festival 2021

Virginia Woolf: Killing the Angel Thurs 15 Deal Music Arts Festival 2021 East Kent.

Virginia Woolf: an illustrated talk with songs Thurs 22 1pm Hitchin Arts Festival 2021 St Mary’s Church, Hitchin.

October

Virginia Woolf: Killing the Angel Thurs 14– Theatre Royal Winchester, Jewry Street, Winchester SO23 8SB

Virginia Woolf: Killing the Angel Sun 24 3pm Blackheath Halls The Great Hall, 23 Lee Road, Blackheath, London SE3 9RQ

Virginia Woolf: Killing the Angel Sat 30 – Lighthouse 21 Kingsland Road, Poole, Dorset BH15 1UG

Virginia Woolf: Killing the Angel Sun 31 – Dorchester Corn Exchange, High East St, Dorset DT1 1HF

November

Virginia Woolf: Killing the Angel Wed 24 – The Guildhall Arts Center, Grantham, St Peter’s Hill NG31

Virginia Woolf: Killing the Angel Thurs 25 – Louth Riverhead Theatre, Victoria Road, Louth, LN11

Past Performances 2020

October 24 & 25Bloomsbury Festival – Holy Cross Church, London WC1 “I’m buzzing after seeing Lucy Stevens new play #KillingtheAngel. The script is entirely extracted from Virginia Woolf’s novels, essays & life writing, with insight into Woolf’s groundbreaking feminist work in the context of her patriarchal upbringing. Don’t miss this!!!” Lana Bode

March 15 – North London Lauderdale House, Highgate Hill, London “This was such a great show @ontourwithlucy amazing performance as Virginia Woolf and well deserved standing ovation @LauderdaleHouseMrs Shaw Herself

March – Stamford Arts Centre St Mary’s Street, Stamford, Lincs. “Dramatic and informative telling of this compelling story. The music included a wide variety of songs, Lucy with a warm, rich contralto voice and even an extract from Beethoven’s opus 111 piano sonata, beautifully played by Liz Marcus.  I came away with new insights into the complex character of one of our literary greats and enthused to read and learn more”. Martin Fellows

March – Redbridge Drama Centre, East London “A stunning piece of research, writing, acting singing and production – and unearthing some little known aspects of VW’s life. A valuable contribution. Brava” Janet Gibson, Convenor of the Opera All Party Parliamentary Group