10 to 18 December

In the Studio Theatre


Three Tall Women

by Edward Albee

directed by Ian Amos

Sadly this production has been cancelled


This production contains language that is at times adult, of a sexual nature and racially discriminatory


 The Sunday Matinee performance will be a reduced audience with fewer seats sold - allowing a little more space in the theatre generally.


'I’m ninety-one.'
'Is that so?'
'You’re ninety-two!'

There is wit and harshness, pain, joy and laughter in Edward Albee’s deeply autobiographical play. ‘Three Tall Women’ won him the Pulitzer Prize in 1994.

One woman recollects the events of her life, a life that spans the 20th Century. Friends, lovers, sex, marriage, adventure – she attempts to make sense of it all. Her hopes, when young, of what is to come, her middle-aged disillusionment with life’s realities, and the frail but still feisty woman she is now…looking back.

The play is a startling tour-de-force for three actresses.

“Three Tall Women is an astonishing piece of work.” Daily Telegraph


This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd.