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A thrilling tale of derring-do in WW2!
coming to London soon as part of
The Women & War Festival, 5-31 July 2016
Armed with 4* reviews from last year’s Edinburgh Fringe, Invisible Woman now comes to London’s Women and War Festival – the only comedy in the festival programme. It’s written and performed by Kate Cook, a hugely talented actor and comedian.

What’s it all about?

It’s a thrilling tale of derring-do in WW2! Repressed housewife, Mrs Bishop, is just the person to help the Resistance – but who is this mysterious lady and will we actually meet her? In Invisible Woman, Kate Cook plays multiple larger-than-life characters with ‘audacious originality’ (The Stage)... from 15 year old Cecily, the swing dancing dreamer, to sadistic Gestapo General Herr von Schnerkel, and many a crafty dodger in between. Fantastically funny, Kate switches gender, accents and ages with gusto, and performs the lot with just a chair, a lightbulb and a pipe.

‘Nothing short of genius’ EdFringe Review
‘Superb’ Broadway Baby

Invisible Woman is a storytelling tour de force – a funny, touching portrayal of one woman’s journey into freedom and adventure. And while comedy may not be what you’d expect to find among a collection of thought-provoking war-time performances, Kate Cook’s Invisible Woman stands proudly as the only comedy piece in the entire festival. The Women and War Festival itself is a multi-discipline exploration of women’s experiences pre, during and post war, throughout history. It exists to give voice to so many women whose lives have been impacted by conflict yet are not recognised in many societies.

A big hit on the comedy circuit, a Funny Women semi-finalist, and a regular Funny Women contributor, Kate Cook is creator of comedy duo sensation Doodle and Bug. Her credits also include Olivier Award winning West End show 'The 39 Steps' and Tom Geen’s multi award winning film 'You’re the Stranger Here'.

Show info: www.katecookcook.co.uk
Festival info & tickets: www.womenandwar.co.uk
Venue: The So and So Arts Club, 6 Fredericks Place, London EC2R 8AB
Nearest tubes: St Pauls, Bank.
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