September 24th 7:30 pm
And where do revolutions begin? Like everything, they begin with a mother…
This local small town tale delights with modern folk music, dance & storytelling, inspired by the story of how a real life group of housewives in a rural Warwickshire Village broke down barriers to transform the area & community around them, forming the first female council in Britain.
In the wake of the devastation wrought by WW2, & with Britain & its people still struggling to be anything but austere – these women brought about change & hope, showing how to make great change on a local level, inspiring a nation.
Basically, this story, of these women, didn’t happen in a city.
It isn’t in London, or Manchester or Birmingham,
although it’s near Coventry.
It happens in a place you wouldn’t expect,
a place you wouldn’t expect a revolution to happen.
And from women you wouldn’t expect to start a revolution.
And where do revolutions begin?
Like everything, they begin with a mother…
Presented by Steph Hartland Productions & Boys Club Theatre.
Running Time: Approximately 75 minutes, no interval.