@ The Phoenix Theatre, BlythBook Now
27 April 2017
£10.00 Pre-show meal offers available
Sylvia Pankhurst has been called “the greatest Englishwoman of the twentieth century”. She trained as an artist, winning three scholarships, including a year in Venice, and painted a ground breaking series of pictures of working woman.
When her mother and sister founded WSPU (the suffragettes), she gave up her art rouse the women of the East End. Her story is told against a background of images of her paintings, archive photographs and locations in England and Europe.
This “gripping reminder of our own – very recent – past” (TES) is followed by an audience discussion led by Jacqueline Mullhallen, the author and actress.
Please note this production is taking place in our studio theatre and seating is unreserved.
Make a night of it with our special pre-show offer which includes a platter with Garlic Bread, Loaded Skins, Chicken Wings, Onion Rings and Breaded Mushrooms for just £14.00 including your ticket to the performance. Or for £35.00 you get two platters, a bottle of wine and two tickets to the performance!
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