Six generations of women, their lives spanning one hundred years from the final months of world war one to the present: through a weaving together of monologue, dialogue, songs and physical theatre and prompted by small, intimate objects from their past, we are given glimpses into brief episodes of these women’s lives… episodes evoking joy, sorrow, love, loss and memory that articulate the ‘small histories’ of ordinary people.

Written by Mark Murphy; directed by Kerry Kawai.

Photography by Sophie Giddens.

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The Box @ The Met
£11 / £9 concessions / £8 students

Unreserved seating.

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