Wednesday 27th March 2024

In the midst of a time of uncertainty, division and political unrest, a young woman wrestles with her own isolation and call to respond… 


This powerful new play shares the stories of Irena Sendler, who rescued more than 2,500 children from the Warsaw ghetto; Olive Morris, British Black Panther and activist for women and squatters’ rights; Phoolan Devi, the fearsome Bandit Queen, and  Dr James Barry, a woman way ahead of her time.   


Featuring Olivier Award nominee Alexia McIntosh (Six,The Musical) Dawn Butler, Rukmini Sircar, Pamela Cole-Hudson and April Nerissa Hudson.


Wed 27 Mar
£13.00 - £15.00
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Age guidance: Suitable for 11+
Running time: 2 hours 20 mins (including a 20 minutes interval)

All companion/carer tickets must be booked through Box Office via phone or in person.

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