The Passion of Lady Vendredi kicked off its 3-week run at Soho Theatre last week with enthusiastic responses from audiences and critics alike and received a 5 star review from Time Out.

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The Reviews are in for The Passion of Lady Vendredi

“Gloriously out-there cabaret-meets-gig-meets-theatre-experience…By the end we were completely desensitized to the lunacy, dancing freely and it seemed like a perfectly reasonable way to explore the journey of womanhood.” 5 Stars, Time Out.

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"The production is executed exceptionally well with a strong cast providing a continuous high-energy performance with rhythmic singing and dancing throughout." 5 Stars, British Blacklist

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“…I don’t think I’ve ever come across anything that even approximates to this slightly other-worldly adventure. It’s deliberately unsettling, and if you like challenging yet joyful productions, do consider a trip to Planet Vendredi.” 4 Stars, London Theatre1.

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"...The Passion of Lady Venredi is turbulent, seductive and vicious...once the lights come up you’re left wanting more from Lady V.  Nwando Ebizie is ferocious and powerful as she pushes the boundaries in this abstract and contemporary creation." 4 Stars. The Metropolist.

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“… the performances are deeply committed, the music is immersive and Lady Vendredi is surely one of the most compelling stage performers out there, with a rich, worldly repertoire that means whatever she does next will surely be fascinating.” 3 Stars, The Upcoming.

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 "Successfully pulling together an audience of all ages, backgrounds and walks of life to interactively explore sexuality, race and gender is no easy feat...This isn’t big budget, this is big balls. Big, crazy, unconventional, brilliant balls." 4 Stars, Afridiziak Theatre News

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