HoneyBEE

HoneyBee is a festival-driven show with a banging soundtrack, written and performed by Eleanor Dillon-Reams. This marathon feat of gig theatre tells the story of Kate, as she flits and stumbles through her twenties fuelled on highs and hedonism. Having had her world flipped at a festival, Kate finds herself on a journey to rediscover her identity and self-worth.

Within a heady mix of music, stand-up and spoken word, Kate's story represents a generation's search for purpose and the need to dance in the face of adversity.

It's Fleabag meets Kae Tempest, with a dash of dirty bass.

DIRECTED BY: JESS TUCKER BOYD
PRODUCED BY: PAUL MOSS

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THREE WEEKS





 

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THE SCOTSMAN 

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BREAKING THE FOURTH WALL

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EDFEST MAG

VOICE MAG

THE GUARDIAN

BROADWAY BABY

REVIEWS

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THREE WEEKS





 

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THE SCOTSMAN 

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BREAKING THE FOURTH WALL

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EDFEST MAG

VOICE MAG

THE GUARDIAN

BROADWAY BABY


"At once beautifully, intricately wrought and yet entirely honest, ‘HoneyBee’ has a truth at its pulsing heart that you cannot help but be moved by. We leave united, uplifted, inspired. "


 

"I saw HoneyBee near the end of the Fringe, on a recommendation, and caught one of the most dazzling performances of the month. Eleanor Dillon-Reams is a star in the making."

"Everybody should get to see it. It’s that good."

"Eleanor Dillon-Reams one-woman show relates to all previous and current twenty-year-olds. Her body shifting from one character to another with such ease you could be fooled into thinking there was another cast member present."

"HoneyBee she is; Eleanor Dillon-Reams is endearing, committed, and one to watch out for."

“A bright debut. Warm, funny and honest.”

"Laugh out loud funny. Dillon-Reams bounds across the stage energetically, all big hair and sequins, and moves her body fluidly and effortlessly. She is self-aware, relaxed and in her element, fully in the moment and delivers every word with sentiment and conviction.  A sparkly, well-rounded piece of theatre."