Voices of Eve

From the wilds of South Shropshire in the eighteenth century to the loneliness of a modern 'empty-nest' mother, the experiences of women reverberate through the ages. Women from the LADS theatre group bring you laughter and tears, poetry and song in this exquisite two-part evocation of womanhood - Out Of The Land, by Polly Bolton and Gill McEvoy, and Fridge Magnet Syndrome, by Michael Corbidge. 

Directed by Pam Johnson. 

Ellesmere College Arts Centre, March 7th and 8th

KinoKulture, April 9th

Diddlebury Village Hall, April 13th

Tickets available online - see our 'Buy Tickets' page. 


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