Look At Me Now, Mummy is a comi-tragic one-woman show that paints an intimate, funny and moving portrait of a woman tangled in her own imagination and caught between the conflicting roles of performer and mother. Concerned with the choices a woman must make between making work or making babies, the production touches on themes of childlessness, motherhood and the use of a woman's imagination to lift her out of depression and domestic mundanity. Look At Me Now, Mummy can be translated as a lonely performer questioning her need for the show to go on, a childless woman inventing a game to pass the time, a woman who has lost a baby, a woman yearning for the possibility of having a child or a woman on the verge of giving up. The piece is performed by Charlotte Vincent's long-term Polish collaborator Aurora Lubos, who performed in the original production in 2008. Part of 21 Years/ 21 Works, a live and online collection of film and production work by artistic director and choreographer Charlotte Vincent, the project celebrates the 21 year anniversary of Vincent Dance Theatre.
Royal Festival Hall. Part of the Women of the World Festival