This Imaginary Woman
A Modern Requiem
A devastating personal testimony of bitter loss and tender memory. An exquisite black dress, beautiful live music and an astonishing performance in an ice-white space awash with colour and light. This haunting, sexy cabaret opens the throttle on honesty, pain and emotion.
This Imaginary Woman is a powerful and passionate show; a journey from loss and mourning to resolution and acceptance. It is a haunting celebration of someone who wasn't famous or important to most of us, but who lived, died and left people behind.
Fern Smith, a charismatic and commanding performer, and Patrick Fitzgerald, formerly of acclaimed band Kitchens of Distinction, have come together to create a remarkable piece of music theatre that is candid and moving in its intensity.
"You really should try to experience this amazing show. It will last in the memory long after the final performance" Belfast Telegraph
Written, Composed and Performed by Fern Smith and Patrick Fitzgerald
Design by Andrew Jones
Staging by Paul Davies
Co-commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre