Voices Across Time presents Old Boundary Lane, an original story of suffragettes fighting for their rights set in the beloved British Music Hall.
It is the summer of 1913 and the streets of London are lined with women, standing shoulder to shoulder in support of their fellow sister, Emily Davison, whose funeral march is weaving its way through the London streets.
Deep in the East End, the cast of Old Boundary Lane Music Hall are desperately trying to keep their doors open as their audiences are rapidly depleting in favour of the grander Variety Theatres. When the director of Old Boundary Lane suddenly dies, the hall passes to his widow Penny Moore who wants to achieve her dreams of creating the best music hall in all of London! She believes she has a unique way of saving the Hall but set in a world where everyday they are reminded that women are far inferior to men, will a show directed by a women even stand a chance? How can she show her support for Emily Davison and her fellow suffragettes?
Come and join us to decide the fate of Old Boundary Lane where audience participation is encouraged! Performances will take place on the 30th June and 1st July at 7:30pm and a matinee on the 1st July at 2:30pm.
Money will be raised for the Katharine House Hospice and Barnados.
Tickets are £10 and can be reserved by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or 07532446665. Bar available.