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NORWICH EYE REVIEWS ‘SCRATCH IT’ AT THE NAC

8th May 2018

REVIEW: SCRATCH IT! AT THE NORWICH ARTS CENTRE

11th May 2018

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Amie's heading to Edinburgh with touring political clown show

20th June 2018

"Amie M Marie, 22, has invested her savings to take A Play About Theresa May to venues around England and Scotland.

The political clown show has been heavily inspired by Italian playwright and left-wing activist Dario Fo's 20th-centuary theatre classic Accidental Death of an Anarchist


It pokes fun at the political elite and the way they frequently change their minds, say nonsensical things, and can become caught in a loop of failure.

A Play About Theresa May is a fast-paced, two-person spoof show featuring an impressive number of costume changes and a minimal set.

To promote their show, [they] staged a publicity stunt in the Houses of Parliament earlier this year after entering the Palace of Westminster under the presence of taking part in an audio tour."

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THE PLAY ABOUT THERESA MAY BY AMIE MARIA MARIE, REVIEW

11th February 2021

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THE PLAY ABOUT THERESA MAY

2nd March 2021

"This is a very strong and very stable play.

From a local playwright and UEA graduate, Amie M Marie, this newly published work is the combined volume of scripts, reflections, and reviews on the satirical stage play of the same name.


Following Theresa May’s 2016 ascension to leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister, the former Home Secretary is out of her depth and unrepentantly dapping crocodile tears. She drags the audience to the stage to help her make decisions and struggles to unite the divided nation. Read two very different editions of The Play About Theresa May, one from the initial 2017 production and the other from the 2018 tour."

THE PLAY ABOUT THERESA MAY – REVIEW

11th March 2021

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Actress, comedian and writer Amie M Marie adapts her own 'strong and stable' The Play About Theresa May into book

15th March 2021

"An actress, comedian and writer educated in Bishop's Stortford has turned her own satirical play which pokes fun at the UK's political elite into a book.

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In it, Amie shares her reflections and an interview transcript about the design process and intentions of the piece.

Her work could inspire budding thespians in Stortford. “I’ve arranged with the head of drama at Hockerill to supply copies of my play for the theatre IB students to study for their director’s handbook coursework in which students plan how they would stage a play,” she said."