KRIYA Arts Presents- Sisterhood

GROUNDBREAKING WORK “At its core Sisterhood is a superbly written, intelligent, and essential play, masterfully portrayed by its three actresses.” - Fringe Review

  • Booking essential

Like Hand Maids Tale, but with hope, Sisterhood is a gentle, fearless adventure into the dark heart of patriarchal rule, transporting the audience to a church cell, where three women aged 20, 40 and 60 (But none a virgin, mother or hag) await their trial in the morning. This performance is part of a “Healing Tour” following the footsteps of Matthew Hopkins, self-proclaimed Witchfinder General, responsible for killing 60% of those executed for witchcraft in the UK.

Prices

Event ticket prices
  • Adult £9.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
A customer booking fee of 5% applies
Suitability
Only recommended for those aged 16 and above
Assistance dogs are welcome.
What to bring and wear
Please bring a comfortable chair to sit on, and some warm clothes to wrap up in- they didn't have central heating when Grange Barn was built!
Accessibility
Grange Barn has a small ridge at its entrance, for which we have a removable ramp. There are accessible toilet facilities in the grounds.
Other
There will be no interval for this event, but we will have hot drinks and a selection of snacks available for purchase before the performance starts.

Times

Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
11 October 2019 19:30 - 20:30 Available

Contact Info

Name
Paycocke's
Email
coggeshall@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01376 561305

Upcoming events

Heritage Fair for Heritage Open Days 2019

Sat 21 Sep 2019
11:00-17:00
Free admission for the day to Grange Barn, Saturday only, as part of Heritage Open Days. We will be running a Heritage Fair- an excellent opportunity to learn something new in a beautiful setting!

KRIYA Arts Presents- Sisterhood

Fri 11 Oct 2019
19:30-20:30
GROUNDBREAKING WORK “At its core Sisterhood is a superbly written, intelligent, and essential play, masterfully portrayed by its three actresses.” - Fringe Review