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Little Boxes

The Moors
Worcester, Worcestershire WR1 3ED

23rd - 23rd September 2022


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“A joyful delve into one woman’s life, celebrating the successes, the heartbreak, and everything in between.”.

The Plays the Thing.
Nominated Best Theatre Production and Best Actor – Female at Buxton Fringe 2022.

LITTLE BOXES is a comedic and inspiring one-woman show, written by and starring Joann Condon (Little Britain, The Last Letter from your Lover, Dad’s Army: The Lost Episodes, Cradle to Grave, The Office).

Laugh and cry as Jo explores the boxes she has found herself in throughout life: the hopes and dreams of a child, the frustrations of an acting career, the tensions of parenthood, the grief in losing loved ones, the fear of being… herself.

Described as “funny, touching, and at times heartbreaking.” by London Pub Theatres. Joann uses personal anecdotes to highlight assumptions and judgements made about her based on looks, age, gender and background. These are common experiences most of us can relate to.

“It’s natural for people in our lives to want to force us into nice little boxes,” says Condon, “but the scary thing is, after a period of time, you end up putting yourself in that same box.”.

5 stars “Hilarious, moving, sad and uplifting” The Spy in the Stalls.
5 stars “An inspiring piece of theatre” Fairy Powered Productions.
4 stars “Ticks all the right boxes” London Pub Theatres.
4 stars “Charmingly comedic” Theatre Weekly.
4 stars “Makes you look at people and your own life and question” Broadway Baby.
4 stars “Achingly funny” LondonTheatre1.
“Condon is hilarious” The Plays the Thing.
2020 OffWestEnd Short-run Commendation.

Starring: Joann Condon.
Written by Joann Condon and Leonie Rachel.
Directed by Daniel Brennan.
Produced by Alphamum Productions.

Event Details


23rd - 23rd September 2022


7:45 pm - 8:45 pm



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Worcester, Worcestershire WR1 3ED

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