Celebrate inspiring and trail-blazing women of history with Kate Mosse: Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries (How Women (Also) Built the World) at Theatre Royal Winchester on Wednesday 15 March.
Kate Mosse embarks on her first ever one-woman show telling the stories of extraordinary women.
Described as part detective story, part love letter to history and packed with fun facts and did-you-knows, Kate introduces Mothers of Invention and Pirate Queens, the unsung heroines of medicine and science, women who reached the stars and took up arms to fight for what they believed in.
From the first author in history to the 19th century woman who discovered global warming, she will ask how history is made and who gets to make it.
With stories accompanied by music, video and a few mystery objects, Kate will also share the story of how she tracked down her long-forgotten relative, novelist Lily Watson.
A theatrical event for the curious and young at heart, Kate Mosse will surprise, entertain and challenge and put women back into the history books where they belong! Audiences might get a sneak preview of her latest novel, plus the event includes a post-show book signing.
Kate Mosse: Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries (How Women (Also) Built the World) will be at Theatre Royal Winchester on Wednesday 15 March at 7.30pm.
For more information or to book tickets visit: theatreroyalwinchester.co.uk or call 01962 840 440.
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