Think of England

Love, lust & swing dancing in wartime Waterloo.

The war office has employed Bette and Vera to travel the country hosting tea dances to boost morale. But how will the RAF boys react when they discover the women’s real purpose: to send the young men off to fight having experienced all of life’s pleasures? Join the ladies for an unforgettable dance, a rousing song, and a real-life war time scandal that threatens to destroy the women’s lives, shame the community and tear apart one already splintered RCAF crew. Can you save the night?

Wandering Women Writers | Saturday, 10 February 16:30 | £5
A panel discussion on Rural Touring as a lifeline for female creativity

In a climate where funding is scarce and female work is under represented the guaranteed income of a rural touring date can offer a financial lifeline to artists, yet rural touring is often undervalued. With emerging companies often paid more for a single rural touring date than a week of performances in London the panel of writers, directors and journalists will aim to demystify the sector and interrogate how it may support women artists.

Panel: TBC

Theatre
1hr 30m
The Vaults
07 — 11 Feb
£14.50
15+
21:00
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Dates

Wednesday 7 February Wed 7 Feb 21:00 Book Now
Thursday 8 February Thu 8 Feb 21:00 Book Now
Friday 9 February Fri 9 Feb 21:00 Book Now
Saturday 10 February Sat 10 Feb 16:30 Book Now
Saturday 10 February Sat 10 Feb 21:00 Book Now
Sunday 11 February Sun 11 Feb 21:00 Book Now

About the company

Anonymous Is A Woman

We are dedicated to bringing audiences high quality, engaging, theatrical experiences that tell the unheard stories of women throughout history and across the globe. Armed with aspiration of gender equality we wish to tell her-story from history. The company is based in Worcestershire and dedicated to brining their brand of innovative theatre to communities like own own.

Artistic Team
Writer
Madeline Gould
Director
Tilly Branson

Press & Reviews

Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

‘Excavates women’s stories with spirit & invention’

The Stage

‘Promising Young Company’