Ever wondered if you missed your chance to be wild? Sonya lives in a terraced house with her partner and kids. She does a lot of recycling and worrying. She’s an artist and loves swimming outdoors but at 35 years old, she’s definitely not the wild woman she thought she’d be. Frustrated by the ‘mental load’ of domestic life, she fears she’s missed her chance.
In 2017, Sonya and her friend, head off on a hitchhiking mission to Oban to find 60’s folk legend, notorious wild child and their long-time heroine, Anne Briggs. Sonya wants to ask Anne what drives people to take risks, what really happens when you walk out of your life and what do ‘wild women’ do as they grow older. Feral is Sonya’s personal journey to unravel and compare her daydreams to the reality of social conditioning.”
There will be no interval at this performance.
The Tea Room and bar will be open before the performance. Doors open at 6pm.
Sonya is grateful for the support, time and space provided by
The Boo, Horse and Bamboo Theatre, Rossendale,
Todmorden Folk Festival,
The Met, Bury,
The Kings Arms, Salford
Elizabeth Gaskell House, Manchester
Thu 23rd Nov 7.30pm - 8.30pm