Following its extended run at the Riverside Studios, the production is now available to stream on demand until the 3rd May.

Wind of Change, in association with Cahoots Theatre Company have confirmed that Tim Walker’s play, inspired by the court case Gina Miller brought against Theresa May in 2016, is now available to watch on demand for a limited time only.

Directed by Stephen Unwin, the production ran at the Riverside Studios from the 24th February until the 2nd April. It stars: Calum Finlay (Max Guilden), Edmund Kingsley (Alan Miller), Graham Seed (Sir Hugh Rosen), Jessica Turner (Theresa May) and Andrew Woodall (Paul Dacre). 

Denise Silvey, the producer, says: “Even after we extended the run of Bloody Difficult Women by popular demand, a great many people who couldn’t manage to get along asked us to stream it. We’re now delighted to share our play with a much wider online audience all over the country and beyond. We hope they will share, too, the enthusiasm that our live audiences had for this unique play and see why it has such resonance in these challenging times.”

Meanwhile, Tim Walker commented: “Any show that is as honest about our political classes and our media as Bloody Difficult Women was always going to make powerful enemies, but it made a lot of great friends for itself, too, and played to packed and appreciative houses night after night in London. It’s a state-of-the-nation play that has a lot to say for itself, but, trust me, it will make you laugh as well as think.”

The creative team involved with the production includes: designs by Nicky Shaw, lighting design by David Howe and sound design by John Leonard.

Tickets are available now to stream Bloody Difficult Women and can be purchased by visiting: https://www.bloodydifficultwomen.co.uk/