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Ivy Davies Performs Play Ground at Wilton’s Music Hall

SEEN hears that Performance Poet Ivy Davies will present Play Ground in the cocktail bar at Wilton’s Music Hall on 29th, 30th and 31st March. Weaving song and spoken word, Ivy will transport her audience on a journey that explores romantic relationships and self-discovery.

Ivy has previously worked with Diana Ross and Take That. Her first solo outing Wonderations was hailed as a show that ‘overflows with positivity.’ Play Ground promises something equally moving in the intimate setting of the cocktail bar at Wilton’s.

Check out the trailer for Play Ground here:

Wilton’s Music Hall
Graces Alley
E1 8JB

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