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Dyad Productions presents

A Room of One’s Own

Take a wry, amusing, and incisive trip through the history of literature, feminism, and gender in a twenty-first century take on Virginia Woolf’s blisteringly brilliant pre-TED talk.

Date & Time
The Coro

Standard/Access: £17
Student/Under 18: £13
Unwaged (recipients of means-tested government benefits): £7

Ticket prices inclusive of booking fee and restoration levy

Coro Members save 10%
Coro Members don’t pay booking fees

Additional details

Members on-sale: Tue 18 Jul 10am
Public on-sale: Thu 20 Jul 10am

Doors open at 6:45pm

There is no interval

By booking you agree to our Conditions of Sale and Entry including our refund policy.

Meet Charlotte Brontë, Jane Austen, Aphra Behn, and Shakespeare’s sister – Judith! Introducing a different way to look at our creativity, it even comments on what life will be like in the 2020s! Come and be amused, challenged and changed.

Rebecca Vaughan of the award-winning Dyad Productions (Female Gothic, I, Elizabeth, Christmas Gothic, Austen’s Women) performs Woolf’s 1928 exploration of the impact of poverty and sexual inequality on intellectual freedom and creativity.

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  • 7.30pm - 8.30pm

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