Empowering pop musical Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World comes to Wimbledon this November!
Why go and see it?
An empowering new stage show which will be celebrated by anyone who is prepared to move and be moved, with characters and songs that pack a popstar punch!
This kick ass-pirational stage show, based on the popular children’s book by Suffragette relative Kate Pankhurst, and adapted by Chris Bush (Faustus: That Damned Woman, Headlong; Pericles, National Theatre; The Band Plays On, Sheffield Theatres), comes from one of the producers of SIX.
Join our inquisitive heroine Jade as she breaks away from her class to take a peek behind the scenes at the not yet open Gallery of Greatness in the local museum. Along her journey she is surprised to meet the incredible wonder women: Frida Kahlo, Rosa Parks, Amelia Earhart, Mary Seacole, Marie Curie and Emmeline Pankhurst to name just a few.
From explorers to artists, scientists to secret agents, hear the stories of some of history’s strongest mothers, sisters and daughters; all independent icons who really did change the world.
Celebrated dramatist Chris Bush (Standing at the Sky’s Edge) and Number 1 hit songwriter Miranda Cooper (Girls Aloud, Kylie Minogue) adapt suffragette descendant Kate Pankhurst’s awarding-winning picture book with music by Miranda Cooper and Jennifer Decilveo (Miley Cyrus, Beth Ditto), directed by Amy Hodge (Mr Gum and the Dancing Bear National Theatre).
Adapted by Chris Bush, Lyrics Chris Bush & Miranda Cooper, Music Miranda Cooper & Jennifer Decilveo, Director Amy Hodge, Set & Costume Design Joanna Scotcher, Choreographer Danielle Lecointe, Lighting Design Zoe Spurr, Lighting Sound design Carolyn Downing, Casting Rosie Pearson of Pearson Casting, Orchestrations & music production by Jennifer Decilveo, Live arrangements by Jen Green, Musical Director Audra Cramer
Production Manager Tamsin Rose, General Management Kenny Wax Family Entertainment
Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World is at Milton Keynes Theatre Theatre from 24th – 27th January, 2024
View all shows booking now at Milton Keynes Theatre.