AN ACTION-PACKED SPY-THRILLER ONE-WOMAN MUSICAL

How Eva Von Schnippisch Won WWII

Written and Produced by Stephanie Ware
Musical Score by Oliver Collier
Assistant Directors Mike Carter & Michelle Roche
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How Eva Von SchnippischWon WWII | How Eva Won WWII | How Eva Won The War

Read the reviews in full at the bottom of this page!

Brighton Fringe '16 - Photos by Andrew Roach

Brighton Fringe '17 - Photos by Clive Holland

The WW2 Official Secrecy Act is over – and Eva is ready to set the record straight.  Germany’s greatest underground cabaret star is transformed into Britain’s No.1 spy.  After a hair-raising mission in occupied France and her explosive death-defying getaway in Russia...Eva is given the toughest mission of all: infiltrate to the very top.  Back in her mutti-land Germany she embarks on a love affair to end all love affairs. 
 

Eva tells a "Hilariously filthy and perfectly delivered"
‘Allo ‘Allo-esque, action-packed story of love, betrayal, Frankfurters, the ‘other’ Eva…and de-bunks the bunker story once and for all in a "joyful night of hilarious anti-fascist feminist propaganda”.

 

It’s time to change the history books!
 

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TOUR DATES:

Spring/Summer 2020 dates TBC!!!!!              
 
PREVIOUS SHOWS:
6-10th March '19 - 9:20pm - VAULT FESTIVAL, London
15th & 16th Aug 18 - Camden Fringe 2018, Aces & Eights Saloon Bar, Tufnell Park

28th September 17 - The Hen & Chickens Theatre Pub, Islington, London 

5-27th August 17 - CC Blooms, Edinburgh PBH's Free Fringe 
16th June 17 - The King's Arms, Salford Manchester 
27,28,29th May 17 - The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton 
24th May 17 - Old Joint Stock Pub & Theatre, Birmingham
11th May 17 - The Spread Eagle Theatre Pub, Croydon 

2nd May 17 - The Alma Tavern & Theatre, Bristol 
2nd March 17 - The Hen & Chickens Theatre Pub, Islington London 

30th November 16 - The Etcetera Theatre, London
11th November 16 - The Nightingale Room, Brighton
28th October 16 - The Spread Eagle Pub Theatre, Croydon

17th-27th August 16 - Cowgatehead UpTwoExtra, Edinburgh Free Fringe
27th July 16 - The Others, Stoke Newington
26th-28th May 16 - The Nightingale Room, Brighton

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TECH SPEC REQUIREMENTS FOR SHOW:
 

- Stage area 4m x 3m
- Sound desk & PA with small jack input for laptop/iPad and input for head-set microphone
- Local technician - to follow script
- Projector  (plain wall can be used)
- Simple warm wash lights (that can blackout)
- Good sturdy chair & small table
- Broom (this show contains a confetti cannon that needs clearing up after the show)

 

IF IN DOUBT ON ANY OF THE ABOVE - PLEASE JUST ASK. missstephanieware@gmail.com

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ READ THE REVIEWS HERE! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


 

CHORTLE  “Sally Bowles would be proud…filthy & flirtatious!”
 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Everything Theatre 

“Unmissable! Gut-bustingly funny, daring & witty! Not a dull moment throughout”

 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Short Com Reviews
“This is bouncy boxy Kafka kitsch comedy at its best. Go see!”

 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Spy In The Stalls 
“an irrepressible seductress with a majestic survival instinct and unstoppable line of filthy wit”
 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Voice Mag #1
“Rude, brash, confident & hilarious!”
 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Voice Mag #2
“Just as brilliant the second time round...very talented and a little bit mad, which is the perfect combination for a Festival show”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Felix Imperial

“unashamedly salacious, nonsensical and hilarious... a ridiculous, but ridiculously funny, evening”

Many thanks to the following photographers:
Andrew Roach and Ian.J.Jackson

 

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