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Event Details

Venue: Studio

Date: Tue 28 May - Sat 01 Jun

Time: 7:45pm with a 2:30pm (Thu) and 2pm (Sat) matinee

Produced by: The Flanagan Collective

Written by: Hannah Davies

Directed by: Peter Darney

Sound: John Hughes

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Review: Githa - British Theatre Guide

Thu 30 May 2013

Written by by Mark Smith

This one-woman show, written and performed by Hannah Davies, serves as a poignant and fascinating companion piece to the currently touring Rutherford & Son




Written and performed by Hannah Davies

London, 1912. K.G.Sowerby’s play, Rutherford & Son, is an overnight hit. Katherine Githa Sowerby is hailed as one of the most important and masterly dramatists of her time. Her work has since been overlooked. Githa explores the woman behind the plays and tells her forgotten story.

With evocative sound design and music from the era, this is an arresting and exquisite one-woman show about a woman's remarkable impact on a man's world.

‘Hannah Davies tells the story of a writer who was a feminist icon with warmth and humour… a compelling exploration of both female oppression and what art can and should be.’ The Scotsman ★★★★


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