Itâ€™s Christmas Eve.
Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy are up late, plotting what to get their Ma as a present and spying on their new wealthy neighbour. They bicker. They cheer. Sisters who canâ€™t live without each other.
But all this is about to change.
Celebrating 150 years of Louisa May Alcottâ€™s beloved classic, Space Productions present Little Women. Adapted by Rachael Claye (The Lighthouse, 2016) and directed by Sepy Baghaei (CITIZEN, 2018) this is inventive, joyful theatre. A celebration of sisterhood and a bittersweet story of family, loss and love.
The March sisters. Each challenging societyâ€™s expectations of them. Each as relevant today as they ever were.
27th November – 1st December. All tickets Â£9.50
(private community performance 30th November)
4th December – 8th December. All tickets Â£14.50
11th December – 15th December. All tickets Â£19.50
Itâ€™s like catching up with old friends on a worn but still comfy sofa
A challenging, detailed and poignant production
The emotional impact is hugeâ€¦a real Christmas treat
Sue in the Stalls
A vivid and joyful updating of a well-loved family classic
Meg March – Isabel Crowe
Jo March – Amy Gough
Beth March – Miranda Horn
Amy March – Stephanie Dickson
Mrs March – Victoria Jeffrey
Laurie Laurence – Sean Stevenson
John Brooke – Joshua Stretton
Prof Bhaer – Jonathan Hawkins
Presented by Space Productions
Playwright â€“ Rachael Claye
Director â€“ Sepy Baghaei
Assistant Director and Marketing Assistant – Lea Hulsey
Creative Producer and Dramaturg â€“ Grace Chapman
Stage Manager and Technical Operator â€“ Keri Mason
Costume Designer â€“ Kelli Baleta
Lighting Designer â€“ Andy Straw
Sound Designer â€“ Sepy Baghaei
Fight Director â€“ Jonathan Hawkins