Part of the Camden Fringe Festival
History On The Road
The play focuses on Mary Johnson, along with her two best friends Gloria and Susanna. They demonstrate female solidarity whilst they continually fight for black women’s rights in London.
Based in 2019, they look back to significant events in black British history such as the Black People’s Day of Action in 1981 and how this impacts current and future generations.
A family-run hair salon where music plays, conversation flows, and history is made.
This all black female story shows endless courage and determination, reminding us how powerful women can be alone, but together are even greater and stronger.
Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 August - 9pm
PLEASE NOTE: There will no tickets available for sale on the door for any of our Camden Fringe shows.
Tickets will remain on sale, where available, up to 60 minutes before the show's start time.
For this show we are returning to normal operation where ticket holders choose their own seats on admission to the auditorium.
We also request that everyone wear a mask when moving around the building, wash their hands often and practice self-distancing. We have reduced capacities to allow for this.
You and your bubble will be invited to choose a seat and self-distance yourselves from others.
We will be running a normal bar service with extra tables for your drinking comfort.
For more information on how things work, have a look at our dedicated Covid:19 page.