Gazebo Theatre presents
Comedy entwines with powerful drama in this exciting new play celebrating Women's History Month 2014.
Within an hour of need, three extraordinary women are drawn together in a compelling, funny and moving account of their struggle to make a difference, in amongst the daily tribulations of womanhood!
Mary Wollstonecraft, considered to be the 'founder of modern feminism', Claudia Jones, activist, communist and founder of the first Black British weekly newspaper & Emma Lloyd Sproson, suffragist and Wolverhampton's first female councillor, are brought together in their after lives, in an imagining from the creators of the 'outstanding' Jamaica 50 & Sorry! No coloureds, No Irish, No Dogs.
If you like laughing, crying, history, current affairs, women or hearing the things we all think but never talk about then this exciting new play is definitely for you!
Tickets priced from £14.00.
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