Celebrate International Women’s Day with one-woman show, A Room of One’s Own, at Theatre Royal Winchester on Wednesday 8 March.
A Room of One’s Own was Virginia Woolf’s 1928 exploration of the impact of poverty and sexual inequality on intellectual freedom and creativity.
This twenty-first century take on that celebrated work invites the audience to take an amusing and incisive trip through the history of literature, feminism and gender, meeting great female authors including Charlotte Bronte and Jane Austen on the way, before travelling forward into the far-flung future of 2028.
Brought to the stage by the award-winning Dyad Productions (Female Gothic, I, Elizabeth, Austen’s Women), who produce classic theatre with a contemporary relevance, A Room of One’s Own is performed by the company’s founder, Rebecca Vaughan, who, as well as her writing, performing and producing work for Dyad, has appeared on TV and in short films.
This is a Pick Your Price show meaning audiences can select a ticket price that works best for them, making a range of shows accessible. Ticket options start at just £8.
A Room of One’s Own will be at Theatre Royal Winchester on Wednesday 8 March. For more information or to book tickets visit: theatreroyalwinchester.co.uk or call 01962 840 440.
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