When to run
Deaf actor and performer Sophie Woolley is launching her one person show, When to run, at the Edinburgh fringe this summer.
According to the publicity, "When to Run is about the growing phenomenon of women running: why they run in the first place, what they're thinking while they're pounding the pavements and the psychologies of women trying to find health and happiness in present day Britain. It is about the culture of self improvement and the unattainable dream of perfection. It's about unnecessary distractions, dangerous romances, dodgy blokes and knowing when to run. Part homage to the sport and part satire, When to Run is definitely not a self help guide to running. Joggers and couch potatoes alike will love this entertaining one person play."
Sophie Woolley is obviously well respected, having had huge compliments paid to her by Ervine Welsh, "She's massively talented and is already becoming hugely successful", and Blake Morrison, "She's stimulating to read, exciting to listen to, and an inspiration to all".
When to Run plays at the Edinburgh Fringe from 4-28 August, at 3.20 PM in C central, venue 54. To order tickets go to the Edinburgh Fringe website, or call 0131 226 0000
Sophie follows her run at the festival with a UK tour. Find out more about this, and hear clips of When to run, by going to www.sophiewolley.com