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23 October 2019 – Praise for Rebels and Friends

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."

26 May 2019 – New performance of Sylvia

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.

5 March 2019 – Talk on suffragettes​

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.

14 March 2018 – New review

Counterfire has published a review of the performance of Sylvia at the Working Class Movement Library in Salford.


7 March 2018 –  Jacqueline Mulhallen talk

At 6.30 p.m. at Settle Down Café, 61-62 Thornton Street, NE1 4AW, Jackie will be talking about Sylvia Pankhurst and the history of women campaigning for the vote. The meeting is organised by Newcastle Counterfire. The café is 5 minutes’ walk from Central Station.

7 March 2018 – Not cancelled but postponed! 

Our performance of Sylvia at the Newhampton Arts Centre in Wolverhampton on Friday 2 March 2018 was cancelled because of the snow, along with all their other events over the weekend. But ... We have agreed a new date – on Monday 12 March, so if you missed the chance of a ticket, you may be able to get to see Sylvia after all.

5 March 2018 – Full house at Salford

Despite the snow, we still had a full house at the Working Class Movement Library in Salford on Saturday 3 March.

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