A HighTide production.

We’re going to take down each and every one of these harpies. With just the power of our razor-sharp tongues.

Jane and Bella are best friends. They’re starting a revolution. But they’re falling out of step.

Toby dreams of babies, buggies, and home improvement. But he can’t even father his cat.

And that boy keeps telling Jane to take what she wants. But what is that, exactly?

Three thirty-somethings attempt to make sense of their own uncertain worlds. Even if it means losing sight of each other in the process. A frank and funny new play about friendship, feminism and what it means to be successful.

The Girl’s Guide to Saving the World played at HighTide Festival 2014.

Cast & Creatives

  • Georgina Strawson
  • Jade Williams
  • Ben Lambert
  • Elinor Cook Writer
    We are delighted to welcome Elinor Cook back to HighTide in this anniversary year following her debut production in HighTide Festival 2014. Since then her play Image of an Unknown Woman received wide critical acclaim at the Gate Theatre, and her play Ten Weeks premiered this Spring in a co-production between Paines Plough and RWCMD.
  • Amelia Sears Director
  • Jamie Vartan Designer
  • Malcolm Rippeth Lighting Designer
  • Elena Peña Sound Designer
  • Hayley Kaimakliotis Casting
  • Cath Bates Production Manager
  • Hannah Boustred Stage Manager