Unity Wroe rounds up the week's top stage shows around Sussex, updated every Friday.

SHOOT 2 WIN, Gardner Arts Centre, University Of Sussex, Falmer, April 25-27
A sassy and original new play about seven outspoken women.

Set in the world of netball, the show revolves around the lives and loves of one team, nicknamed The VIP Crew.

As the players prepare to settle old scores, the team talk gets personal as the chit-chat moves from marriage to drink, drugs and scandal.

Tickets cost £10 (£8 concessions/£6 school groups). Call 01273 685861.

THE LOVES OF SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN, Komedia, Gardner Street, Brighton, April 24-25
Celebrated British actress Susannah York takes to the stage in this solo performance.

The play celebrates love in its many forms, as depicted through the speeches and sonnets of Shakespeare's women.

York shot to stardom for roles in films such as Tom Jones and her Oscar-nominated role in They Shoot Horses Don't They.

Tickets cost £12 (£10 concessions). Call 01273 647100.

UNSUITABLE GIRLS, The Hawth, Hawth Avenue, Crawley, April 19-20
While Chumpa is waiting for her big break in journalism, her family are waiting for her to get married to a nice man.

Set in the East End Sikh community, the 20-something Chumpa embarks on a search for her Mr Right, with the help of her mobile phone and her mates.

Unsuitable Girls tells of film stars, lonely hearts and Bollywood beats.

Tickets cost £8.50 (£6.50 concessions). Call 01293 553636.

FIVE BLUE HAIRED LADIES SITTING ON A GREEN PARK BENCH, Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne April 23-27
Five ladies in the latter years of their lives meet every day in a park.

But the women (Shirley Anne Field, Anne Charleston, Ruth Madoc, Jean Fergusson and Miquel Brown) discover they have some common bonds.

Written by New Yorker John Panzotti, the captivating story takes the audience through a number of twists and surprises.

Tickets cost £10 to £16. Call 01323 412000.