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Praise for Rebels and Friends

23 October 2019

Rebels and Friends has started its tour with a preview at Unite the Union headquarters in London. John Earls, Director of Research at Unite, described the play as "A splendid piece of work" and went on to say that it is "an imaginative and captivating production combining drama, documentary, poetry, dance, images and voices. I’m proud it’s being supported by Unite the Union."

New performance of Sylvia

26 May 2019

Sylvia is coming to King's Lynn on the 8 May 2019 at St George's Guildhall. The performance is in support of the Shakespeare's Guildhall Trust, which is campaigning to stop developers taking over this historic building, and to make sure its long history as a theatre, begun in 1442, continues into the future.

Talk on suffragettes

5 March 2019

Jacqueline Mulhallen will be talking about 'Sylvia – The unknown Pankhurst' and the history of women campaigning for the vote.

The meeting is open to the public, and is organised by the Wissey ward of the Labour Party, and will take place at 8 p.m. at Wereham Village Hall, Church Road, Wereham, Norfolk PE33 9AP.

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Marianne March and Dolorès Devaujany in one of the dances choreographed by Siân Williams for the current production of Rebels and Friends.

Photo Richard Gray @rugfoot photo.

Watch this space ...

The Alice Hawkins statue in Leicester, unveiled on 4 February 2018. Lynx performed Sylvia in the mediaeval Guildhall the previous evening as part of the celebrations. See our blog about the event. Photo © William Alderson.

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