A new piece of work championing neurodivergent women in Bristol, will be taking place at Knowle West Media Centre this week.
The play, The Wrong Colour Blue, written and performed by Evelyn Bonella, weaves together lived experiences with ‘flights of the imagination’ to create a positive reflection on neurodivergent women and championing disabled artists.
Bonella is a somerset theatre maker, known for classical roles in Shakespeare and opera. Her debut play The Wrong Colour Blue, had its first outing as part of BARNfest as well as appearing at Bristol Old Vic’s Open stage this month.
You can see my new play, The Wrong Colour Blue, at a sharing @knowlewestmedia on 9 June – it weaves lived experience with flights of imagination, with positive portrayals of ND women, championing disabled artists. Free or pay what you can on the door. #thewrongcolourblue? pic.twitter.com/ETgk8OHWGC— Evelyn Bonella (@evelynbonella) May 25, 2022
Written by Evelyn Bonella
Directed by Amy Mason
Production support by Liz Clarke
The Wrong Colour Blue will be at Knowle West Media Centre on 09 June 2022 at 2pm
Tickets are available on the door priced at ‘pay what you decide’
For more information about Evelyn, visit: https://www.evelynbonella.com/