Key Change

9 November 2016, 19:30
Mumford Theatre

four women, stood in a line, dressed in identical grey prison garb
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Devised with women in Her Majesty's Prison Low Newton to tour to male prisons, Key Change carries the stories of some of the UK’s most marginalised women over the razor wire through an intense, raw and illuminating portrayal of women in prison.

The prison van, fences high, a Magpie.  One for sorrow.  Snatched the babies. The mother fought, but it was too big, and flew too high.

Winner of the Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award 2015

The New York Times Critics Pick “a moving, intimate and superbly acted drama about women’s lives in a British prison.” Read the full New York Times review here

★★★★★ The Stage “A touching, empowering work that hits the hat-trick of great script, direction and performance" The Stage

★★★★ The Guardian "Exquisite… singing with an everyday poetry as if the devising process had unlocked a waterfall of creativity" Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

Contains strong language

Suitable for ages 13+

Presented by Open Clasp Theatre

Event Details

When:
9 November 2016, 19:30
Location:
Mumford Theatre
Room:
Mumford Theatre
Cost:
Tickets: £12.50 (£10.00 concessions, £8.50 students and children) Further discounts apply for Anglia Ruskin students & staff
Booking:
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