Two Man Show/Yerma

Sixth Form

Written by:

Two Man Show: RashDash
Yerma: Federico Garcia Lorca

Directed by:

Two Man Show: Samantha Dye / Yerma: Lizzie Bellamy


8 - 10 March , 7pm


Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Theatre

Ticket prices:

£14, £10 concessions

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Two Man Show

Women playing women playing men. A playful new show about gender and language. A story of power with a strong theme of love running through the narrative.

John and Dan keep hearing people say that men have all the power, but it doesn’t feel like that to them.

This is a show about Man and men. We want to talk about masculinity and patriarchy but the words that exist aren’t good enough, so there’s music and dance too. It’s loud and raucous.


Desperate to begin a family, Yerma undertakes a journey of discovery only to uncover a secret held deep within her husband’s heart. Haunted by children, Yerma’s awakening ends in an unspeakable act.

A play which strips bare the raw emotions of women and men, Anthony Weigh’s version of Federico Garcia Lorca’s Yerma premiered at Hull Truck in October 2011, in a co-production with the Gate Theatre, London

Age: 14 plus
Content Warning: strong language, adult themes and depiction of blood.

Performed by our BTEC Acting students. These two one-act plays will be separated by a 15 minute interval.

Creative Team

Directed by:

Two Man Show: Samantha Dye / Yerma: Lizzie Bellamy