Theatre (solo show, physical theatre)

  • Greenside @ Riddles Court - Willow Studio
  • 18:40
  • Aug 27
  • 55 minutes
  • Suitability: 12+ (Guideline)
  • Country: United Kingdom - England
  • Group: Bound By Theatre
  • Warnings and additional info: Contains distressing themes, Strong language/swearing. Buy a ticket in advance to guarantee entry or Pay What You Want at the venue
  • Accessibility:
    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
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  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 1 year


Why does a victim become a predator? In isolation, Ghislaine Maxwell maintains innocence whilst reliving the psychological abuse endured from her father. She unravels, fantasising that she is Hedda Gabler; both charismatic, beautiful and, above all, manipulative monsters in the female form. Devised and performed by Kristin Winters, with original music by Alexey Kochetkov. An exploration of privilege, entitlement, and the desire to control another human’s fate. 'Raw and sensitively handled… a triumph, as she made sure the manic nature of Ghislaine's mind was channeled both physically and vocally' ( Winner of Best International Show at United Solo NYC.

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imkapril imkapril 31 days ago

This was my Serious Drama show of the fringe and it was excellent. Incredibly well-done and an exceptional performance by the lead. I knew nothing about Hedda Gabler but they paired it really well with Ghislaine's story - unexpectedly and occasionally funny, well-written and devised, while leaving you feeling as if you had gained new insights into the woman herself. Kristin Winters is incredible and won't be in a venue this small for long.

Lesley Gwynne 34 days ago

Thoroughly uncomfortable and thought provoking. Very intense experience, well performed.

David Hoare 39 days ago

Dark, compelling, beautifully performed! Intriguing pairing of Ibsen and today's news. A really fascinating piece delivered by an exceptional actor. A mind-stretching Fringe show if ever there was one. Bravo.

PJ Vickers 43 days ago

Just saw this...
Drawing parallels between Ghislaine and Hedda, this mélange of deliberately disjointed dance and spritely character drama, offers a taste of Maxwell’s faux naïveté - that having been raised by a vile criminal, perhaps she never had a chance?
It’s in the movement that I found this piece most compelling ... the twisted body reveals the distortions that plagued Maxwell behind her « good girl » self-image.
An excellent performance...sincère, athletic, imaginative, beautiful and disturbing.

jane Moore 44 days ago

Go see this. Everyone knows enough about the back story to appreciate the complexity of the relationships this performance delves into, using character portrayal and physical movement. A stunning performance.

Saibh McCaffrey 46 days ago

Absolutely gripping piece of thought-provoking theatre. A must see performance.

E B 48 days ago

Go see this show! I was gripped to Christine's storytelling and the complicated journey this show goes on. Loved it!

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Bouquet and Brickbats (4/5 stars) 35 days ago

In this challenging piece of theatre, Kristin Winters draws a parallel between the enigmatic Ghislaine and Ibsen’s anti-heroine, Hedda Gabler.

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Edinburgh Guide (5/5 stars) 45 days ago

Chillingly, thrillingly atmospheric, this is a spine-tingling, multi-layered, mesmerising performance with subtle emotional insight

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