A ONE-woman dark comedy about ageing ungracefully and searching for significance is coming to the Queens Hall, Narberth.

Former BBC Wales tv producer Ailsa Jenkins has penned the poignant, yet hilarious, play The Invisible Woman.

Swansea-born Alisa was inspired to write her debut play by her own sense of disappearance after a battle with cancer abruptly ended her successful media career

Audiences are invited to follow Mari, played by Nicola Reynolds (Ideal, Human Traffic) on her crusade to right the wrongs of her community.

The play is currently on a Welsh tour, and will be at the Queens Hall on Friday November 8.

It will be followed by question and answer discussions, as well as supportive new writing workshops delivered by Ailsa and her all-female production team

This project is funded by the Arts Council of Wales.

Running time is approximately one hour and due to strong language, is advised as suitable for people aged 16 and over.

Group tickets are available for 10+ bookings, please call the Box Office on 01834 861212 for more information.