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Early spring 1916, before the slaughter of the Somme, munitionettes all over London met in secret to decide the fate of thousands of fellow co-workers. Their choice was simple: stand up to the belligerent attitude of male workers and an intractable government or forever be seen as second-class citizens of the Empire. Were they dangerous and disruptive elements undermining their country at a time of war, or inspiring visionaries of a better world prepared to fight for a fairer future? World Premiere.Performers Heather Bleasdale (Ol' Mum), Milly Finch (Jane Byass), Lindsay Fraser (Carrie Sefton), Tegen Hitchens (Dee Jessop), Emily Houghton (Annie Castledine).
Author Alex McSweeney. Presented by Fine Line Productions (in association with Robyn Keynes). Director Alex McSweeney. Design James Perkins. Lighting Gary Bowman. Music John Chambers. Sound John Chambers. Director Simon Pittman (movement).
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