Launching March 2020 

This year is an exciting leap forward for Women & Theatre which will see the release of our new podcast series and the publication featuring monologues from productions For the Past 30 Years, Starting Out and Prime Time. This unique and important body of work, developed from research from local women, drawing on the experiences of young women, retired women, and those who have seen massive changes in their sectors over the last 35 years. More information including how you can download and listen to the podcast and where you can purchase the book from will be announced shortly. To stay up to date with everything W&T join our mailing list here.

International Women’s Day Event, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, 7.45pm, Saturday 7 March 2020 Tickets from £6.00 

Join us on the eve of International Women’s Day 2020 for this lively event which will see the launch of their new podcast series and new book, featuring monologues from the Women & Work trilogy, For the Past 30 Years, Starting Out and Prime Time.

Hosted by Women & Theatre’s Artistic Director Janice Connolly BEM, enjoy an evening of live extracts and discussion from this unique and important body of work, developed from research from local women, drawing on the experiences of young women, retired women, and those who have seen massive changes in their sectors over the last 35 years.

Women & Theatre makes pioneering work which discovers new ways of addressing contemporary issues through performance; we make deep work about things that matter. Reflecting the language and lives of ordinary people, giving voices to those not usually heard.

You can buy tickets for this unique, fun and lively evening via the The REP’s website.  

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Funders & Supporters 

Arts Council England, The Space, Birmingham Repertory Theatre,  Sir Barry Jackson, The John Feeney Trust, The Cole Charitable Trust.

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