The Cloakroom Attendant
30th July - 4th August 2018
Run Time: 1 hour
Tickets: £10 (£8 concessions)
Following a European tour, Dimitra Barla’s one-woman show The Cloakroom Attendant visits the Camden Fringe.
Tonight I shall share with you some of the most exciting secrets of my profession: the study of human nature!
After successful performances at the Wallace Collection in London, in Copenhagen and in Athens, Dimitra Barla’s autobiographical one-woman show The Cloakroom Attendant, directed by Natalie Katsou, comes to the Camden Fringe.
Margot, the cloakroom attendant of a national museum, entertains the audience with her daily stories, while weighing the challenges of a serious relationship and of the unavoidable dilemma: ‘to be or not to be a parent? With wit and sensitivity, artefacts become alive and visitors take mythical dimensions. Dante’s condemned lovers, an unfortunate French queen and an inquisitive boy help Margot balance on a suspended world of imagination, aspirations and self – fulfilment.
Margot Dimitra Barla
Writer Dimitra Barla
Director Natalie Katsou
Production Company Laridae Performing Arts
Photo Credits Stefanos Dimitriadis
Publicist Chris Hislop