Unsung Collective is a product of several female theatre-makers from Leeds coming together to create a piece of theatre that explores the stories of brilliant women from British history: our inaugural production, ‘Unsung’.
Have you been to a PopUp Painting in Leeds? Then you will be familiar with our operational lead Olivia.
Olivia is also a director and actress, and she is bringing this insightful new play UNSUNG to London.
Ada Lovelace. Sophia Jex-Blake. Lilian Bader. Andrea Dunbar.
Heard of any of them?
Neither had Unsung Collective, and they’re meant to be a group of feminists. ‘Unsung’ explores the untold stories of four pioneering and inspirational female figures from our past, asking why they, and hundreds like them, have been relegated to the footnotes.
They were bold. They caused riots. And it’s about time their stories were told.
Unsung Collective and Lisa Holdsworth (Midsomer Murders, Ackley Bridge, Call the Midwife) present a new play about the women who made – or ought to have made – British history.
Like what you hear? Then go along and check it out!
Details: King’s Head Theatre, Islington
Sun 14th – Mon 15th April,
7pm – £15 – £18