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A Common Woman Reimagined: Saturday 06 April 7.30pm (Conc Ticket)

£6.00

A Community play about Greenham Common. What would make “an ordinary woman” join the protest? . 

Saturday 06 April at 7.30pm

The Lyric Theatre, Barrack Street, Bridport DT6 3LX

Ticket Price: Adult £12.00 / Concession £6.00 (JSA or Universal Credit, proof may be asked for on the door)

Tickets are non refundable

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A Common Woman Reimagined

Based on Mary Rensten’s Play

Directed by Margie Barbour

Co-production with the Lyric Theatre

In partnership with Bridport Arts centre and Bridport Youth and Community centre.

Present:

A Community play about Greenham Common. What would make “an ordinary woman” join the protest? .

The domestic conflict, caused by the mother’s dilemma, is sensitively and powerfully depicted, and those scenes are interwoven with the drama at the gates in Greenham. Local women present the Greenham Women, and the songs that echoed around the fences when 30,000 women gathered to “Embrace the Base” in December 1982, bring their commitment to stop the bomb to life. This play, first produced in London during the anti-cruise missile protests at Greenham, is being re-imagined in Bridport at the Lyric Theatre, Barrack Street, DT6 3LX

Saturday 6th April at 7.30pm

Sunday 7th April at 2.30pm & 7.30pm

The two evening performances will be followed by a Q&A.

Tickets £12 and concession – JSA or universal credit £6.00

Photo credit: Lesley McIntyre

 

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