Making the choice to fight when you know you might not win

A play based on the true story of 'cripple suffragette' May Billinghurst

Written & Performed by Phoebe Kemp

and Produced by Wyldwood Arts

Travel back to the early 20th Century and uncover forgotten history. Based on a true story, “May” has a unique take on the fight for women’s rights. Celebrate the 100 years since women gained the vote by meeting May Billinghurst, one of those who fought for it. In this brand new show May’s story of love, loss and hope will change the way you see the early 20th century, and maybe the present, too.

Tour Dates
Sun 18 August 2019 - 7.30pm - Theatre by the Lake, Keswick
Wed 6 November 2019 - 8pm - Dorchester Arts
Fri 8 November 2019 - 7.30pm - The Courtyard, Hereford

Past Shows
March 2019
Wallsend Memorial Hall & People's Centre, Newcastle
Artlink, Hull (BSL interpreted) 
Bridewell Theatre, London (BSL interpreted)
Easton Community Centre, Bristol

To speak to Wyldwood Arts regarding booking a performance, email: hello@wyldwoodarts.co.uk 

Funded by Arts Council England, and produced by Wyldwood Arts