Are There More of You? – a play written and performed by Alison Skilbeck
‘If you lay yourself open, people will jump in with both feet, won’t they?’
Directed by Jeremy Stockwell
In her own one-woman comedy drama, Alison Skilbeck tells the linked tales of four women, Claire, Sophia, Sara and Sam, with only a postcode in common. Painful, scary, hilarious, and heart-warming, the stories chart each wildly different character’s search for love and happiness. Alison is well known to Goostrey where she has previously wowed audiences with performances including her portrayal of Eleanor Roosevelt.
Television credits include “Sherlock Holmes”, “Miss Marple”, “The Beiderbecke Affair”, “Soldier Soldier”, “Midsomer Murders”, “Call the Midwife”.
“Go see how character comedy acting is done” – Miranda Hart
“leaving you spell-bound by her powers of characterisation” – Three Weeks
“laugh out loud funny” – Broadwaybaby.com
“a masterclass in character acting” – Bouquets & Brickbats