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Chopped Liver & Unions

The world is changed by the women you push too far.

Sara Wesker – trade unionist, political activist and radical – led the “singing strikers of 1928” to improve the working conditions of female garment workers in London’s East End. But her love of the cause battled with the love of her life.  Which would win? And was it all worth it?

A tale from a century ago but very much a play for today, this 5-star reviewed, OffFest nominated one woman play gives a vivid account of the life of a forgotten woman who should be revered as a working class heroine.  Sing her songs! Join her revolution!

“Simply splendid….a must see show” ★★★★★ Mark Aspen Reviews
“a real sense of history and culture” ★★★★ The Edinburgh Reporter
“Lottie Walker didn’t just play Sara Wesker, she became her,” FringeReview
COVID-19 Safety
We encourage patrons to wear a mask while moving around the building and when seated in the theatre.

Seating is not socially distanced. The theatre is ventilated before and after every performance with regular and thorough cleaning of touch points. Hand sanitiser and face masks are available onsite.

We regret that our theatre is up a flight of stairs with no wheelchair access available.