A powerful new play about womanhood, blackness and healing by award-winner writer and performer Julene Robinson (The Witcher, Netflix; Get up, Stand Up!, London West End) opened at the
The Night Woman tells the gripping story of a fearless journey into the dark. With Caribbean folktales, movement and music taking centre stage, this path towards healing is urgent now more than ever during these times of pandemic and BLM.
Inspired by the true story of Robinson’s grandmother who was shunned and pushed into the dark due to her African spiritual retentions, The Night Woman acts as a reminder that even though pain and suffering exist in the darkness, so does love, creativity and redemption.
Skillfully portraying three different women who’ve found power in unexpected places, Robinson takes the audience on an exhilarating 60-minute journey spanning from the beginning of time till our present day.
A beautiful and thought-provoking night of stories, poetry and songs that have hid in the shadows until now…