Prior to the performance of Jumpy, April De Angelis‘ frank and funny family drama there will be a special discussion chaired by former GMTV presenter and journalist Penny Smith. She will be joined by Immodesty Blaize; the UK’s Number 1 Burlesque dancer; Dr Rebecca Johnson, women’s peace activist and former Greenham Common inhabitant, and April De Angelis, award winning playwright.
Jumpy explores the life of a Greenham Common feminist 30 years on. But did the idealist dreams of a generation of women who are now turning 50 actually change anything? Did they even change themselves let alone the lives of their daughters and granddaughters?
‘We should be living those ideas, I don’t know if I lived them.’
Join the debate on Tuesday 25th September at 6pm at the Duke of York’s Theatre before the evening performance of Jumpy. The discussion is free but general admission tickets need to be reserved in advance.
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Tue 25 Sep 2012
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