By Dionne Draper
‘A brilliant and empowering performance’ - Emily Valens
DAWTA (Jamaican Patwa for daughter) a one woman musical. Adopted by a white family at 3 months old, Sarah is on a mission to meet her Jamaican birth mother whatever it takes.
DAWTA, 10 original songs, 7 characters, 1 woman, a 65 minute musical written, produced and performed by Dionne Draper. Musical underscore developed with cellist Emily Burridge and keyboard player Anders Olinder. Directed by Hanna Lune.
“Absolutely breathtaking, an awesome evening of laughs and cries. An emotional journey of culture and heritage. Great!” Dominique Moore
“Brilliant performance and a story I can personally relate to!” Sarah Buckingham
Running time: 65 minutes, no interval
tickets £15 (£12 concessions)
3 - 5 february, 7PM
Playing as part of the ORL'S 'WHERE ARE WE NOW?' festival of emerging artists
For further ticket information please click here or call 0333 012 4963 for all booking enquiries.