Writen by Libby Liburd

Directed by Julie Addy


Muvvahood began as a 20 minute scratch performance as part of Camden People's Theatre's acclaimed feminist theatre festival, Calm Down, Dear in Autumn 2015.


It was then programmed for two work-in-progress showings as part of Camden People's Theatre's Sprint Festival and the Tristan Bates Theatre's First Festival of Solo Performances.


In October and November of 2016 Muvvahood ran at Stratford Circus Arts Centre and Camden People's Theatre. Muvvahood is produced with support from Stratford Circus Arts Centre where Libby is an Associate Artist.


Muvvahood returned for an updated version of the show in November 2017.

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'humour and heart...an excellent work'

                          The Stage

'a courageous, passionate and honest piece'

                          London Theatre1

'punches you in the gut and leaves you reeling'

                          Theatre Weekly

'a sharp, humorous and clever piece of political theatre'

                          Views from the Gods

'touching, funny and challenging'

                          Spy In The Stalls



'The best piece of theatre I've seen in ages: honest, thought-provoking, hilarious, emotional all wrapped up in one. Amazing Show.'
'As someone who was raised by a badass single mom, I loved Muvvahood...painfully real verbatim and powerful performance.'
'This brilliant play by Libby Liburd is a must watch.'
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