Eleanor Dillon-Reams


HoneyBee is a new one-woman play written by the award-winning poet Eleanor Dillon-Reams, which combines spoken word, physical theatre, stand-up comedy and a thumping festival-driven soundtrack.

This marathon feat of a show tells the story of Kate, who, having had her world turned upside down at a festival, journeys to rediscover her identity and self-worth. Holding nothing back, and flipping the bird to the patriarchy, Kate’s story represents a generation’s search for purpose and dancing in the face of adversity.

Performed by the writer, and kicking off a UK tour in her hometown of Brighton, it’s Fleabag meets Kate Tempest with a dash of dirty bass.

“Poignant and touching...Everybody should get to see it. It’s that good.”

- Breaking The Fourth Wall

The Cat's Back: 15 May, 8.30pm — 9.30pm,
The Cat's Back: 16 May, 7.00pm — 8.00pm
Tickets: £8.00
Concessions: £7.00
The Cat's Back
86-88 Point Pleasant
SW18 1NN
Tel 07986 784207


ComedySpoken word/BooksTheatre & Performance
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A girl, Kate, dancing in a neon-lit street
A girl, Kate, dancing in a neon-lit street
A girl, Kate, dancing in a neon-lit street
Book tickets for
15 May, 8.30pm 16 May, 7.00pm

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