Pocket-Sized Revolution

Wednesday 27 July | 7.30pm

Pay What You Want

The Chelsea Theatre, London, SW10 0DR

Part of the 18 Shows Programme Presented by The Chelsea Theatre.

Pocket-Sized Revolution is a new, playful one-woman-show by Tisa Klicek which prompts the audience to question everything they know about the world.

It tells the story of Lucy, a charmingly anxious migrant woman who is in an unfair battle with her identity and wasted dreams - and, it just so happens, she ran over someone. Now she’s starting a revolution. What could possibly go wrong?

Tisa Klicek is a migrant emerging theatre maker. She devises physical comedy solo work with relatable topics and an aim to bring inclusivity to art. Pocket-sized Revolution had its first successful tour around West Midlands in spring 2022, founded by Sir Barry Jackson. Besides devising her own work, she collaborates closely with touring companies such as Vamos Theatre and Strange Futures to produce new work.

"Klicek is a wonderful comedic performer, both odd and engaging in a very good way. This is a very accomplished piece of work, funny throughout and enthralling to watch."
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Suitability: Contains mature themes and language, mental health references and therefore suitable for an audience aged 15+. Soft flashing lights are present at one point of the show.

Doors Open: 7.00pm
Show start: 7.30pm

This is a main Festival event run in collaboration with The Chelsea Theatre. Tickets are Pay-What-You-Want for each of the 18 shows hosted by The Chelsea Theatre for Kensington and Chelsea Festival.

Pocket-Sized Revolution