MIKRON Theatre Company presents
Fight for our right to vote - 100 years on
Why did it take so insufferably long for women to get the vote?
Revolting Women tells the Suffrage story through the eyes of a less well known Pankhurst, Sylvia, who fought for the vote alongside working women in the East End. Sylvia meets Lettie and they push together to Parliament, to bend the ear of the Cabinet.
A story of absolute commitment or dangerous obsession?
Full of political satire, song and more suffrage societies than you can shake a stick at, Revolting Women unravels a contentious and momentous movement in history!
The MIKRON Theatre Company's brand new play with music celebrates 100 years of the fight for the vote. www.mikron.org.uk
Actor / Musicians:
James McLean, Daisy Ann Fletcher, Christopher Arkeston and Rosamund Hine
Writer : Vashti Maclachlan
Director : Jonny Kelly
Composer : Kieran Buckeridge
Musical Director : Rebekah Hughes
Designer : Celia Perkins
Bookings can be made in person, by phone or online. The box office (at Delph Library) is open Tuesdays 2pm–5pm; Wednesdays 2pm–7pm; Thursdays 1pm-6pm and Fridays & Saturdays from 9:30am–1pm. The box office at Delph Library telephone number is 01457 874644. Tickets must be paid for at the time of booking, and we accept payment using all major credit and debit cards. You can select your seats at the time of booking. Tickets are non-re-fundable.