Candid conversations at the Hackney Empire
EX-EASTENDERS actress Jessie Wallace will be one of three women talking candidly about sex when the Vagina Monologues is performed at the Hackney Empire this week. Jessie will be joined by Sharon D Clarke from Holby City and Jocelyn Jee, better known as
EX-EASTENDERS' actress Jessie Wallace will be one of three women talking candidly about sex when the Vagina Monologues is performed at the Hackney Empire this week.
Jessie will be joined by Sharon D Clarke from Holby City and Jocelyn Jee, better known as BBC3's Little Miss Jocelyn, to regale audiences with real women's funny, touching and sometimes heartbreaking experiences.
Based on author Eve Ensler's Vagina Interviews, conducted with women from all around the world, the witty and moving collection of tales gives voice to a chorus of lusty, outrageous, poignant, brave and thoroughly human stories.
A staggering number of the world's most famous and talented women, including
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Oscar-winner Kate Winslet, Whoopi Goldberg, Sophie Dahl and Jerry Hall, have taken part in the show in cities across the world including in New York and Los Angeles.
The Vagina Monologues will be performed at the Hackney Empire from Thursday, April 2-Saturday, April 4 with performances at 8pm on Thursday and Saturday and at 6pm and 9pm on Friday.
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Tickets cost �17.50-�19.50 from www.hackneyempire.co.uk or 020 8985 2424.