Through rousing traditional songs and moving ballads, Townsend Theatre Productions reveal the story of the women chainmakers of Cradley Heath in the West Midlands.
In 1910 they began a successful ten-week strike, led by the charismatic union campaigner Mary Macarthur, to more than double their earnings and establish the principle of a national minimum wage.
Clare Brennan, The Observer
A powerful story, powerfully told
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This production has been programmed to coincide with and to celebrate International Women’s Day.