Forgotten Voices is a one woman show that has been inspired by the life of Eva Moorhead Kadalie. She was from South Africa and was fighting for freedom a long time before Nelson Mandela. But history has forgotten Eva as is often the fate of women of colour. She was married to Clements Kadalie, the first national black trade union leader of South Africa, and together they fought against racism.
Forgotten Voices is a story of struggle and joy, pain and betrayal but at the heart of the play is a strong woman who was ahead of her times. The play has been written by her grandson, David Moorhead.
October is Black History Month and it seems the perfect opportunity to visit the theatre and remember Eva Moorhead Kadalie. This is the world premiere and is an Arts Council funded project.
2 Nights Only
£14 full price / £11 concession (+£1.50 booking fee)
18 & 19 October
Running time: 70 minutes
Any Warnings: No
Age Restrictions: No