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Why be the bigger person when you can be the last one standing? 


Ink and Curtains returns from Edinburgh’s Pleasance stage with this tale of a dinner party with a dark secret. Alex and Laura quickly learn that their friend Mia may not let them all leave alive.


Closure wields dark comedy and vicious catharsis to explore feminine rage, women's rights and – more importantly – women's wrongs.

“both brilliant and disturbing”

4* - theatre weekly


“shocking, raw, powerful, and visceral”

4* - edinburgh guide


“a refreshingly loud blast of rage”

the scotsman


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Let Me Count The Ways

Let Me Count the Ways is a spoken word show about intimacy, boundaries and healing. It looks at how love can help us face the difficult, complicated mess of life. Featuring sapphic witches getting day drunk in summer and queer femmes swapping highlighters, it's now touring in partnership with HER Productions

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"Let Me Count the Ways, blends monologue with poetry in this one-woman show about mental health, blackness, queerness and beauty."

Toni Roberts

"With Faye Draper directing, Maz’s big, lyrical ideas are realised visually in subtle and very creative stagecraft"

Jamie King

"The simple direction of Faye Draper also felt very appropriate for the piece. With a stage littered with personal affairs, Draper’s direction felt dance-like at times"

Rebecca Tessier

"The key to the show’s broad, nimble range is Maz’s own skill as a physical performer"

Jamie King

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