20190409: Tuesday 9th April: Louise Jordan: The Hard Way


A special event at the St Barnabas Centre, Mill Road, Cambridge in association with the Mill Road History Society

A one-woman performance of live music and theatre by acclaimed singer and songwriter Louise Jordan, charting the rise of working-class suffragette Hannah Mitchell from a remote hilltop farm in the Derbyshire moorlands to Manchester city magistrate. A self-taught, self-made woman, Hannah leaves home aged 14, exchanging one exploitative situation for another. In 1906 Hannah finds herself face to face with Winston Churchill at a public meeting before spending time in Strangeways prison. This show explores one woman’s determination to take power and improve life for those around her.

A trailer video filmed in November 2018 during the show's early stages of development can be found at https://youtu.be/z7T5BG9sR3c

Recommended for ages 14 years and over.



7:30pm at the St Barnabas Centre, Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 2BD. 

The St Barnabas Centre (formerly known as the Old School Hall) is behind St Barnabas Church and accessed from St Barnabas Road. 

Tickets: £8 in advance, £10 on the door (if available).