The future of education is at stake! It's 1896 and the women of Girton College are seeking the right to graduate from Cambridge. The students face daily challenges threatening to derail their quest for knowledge. First year, Tess Moffat, has a more difficult choice: pick love and an unfulfilled education or fight for her place at school and commit to a lonely, difficult life. Times are changing but there's hope for the twentieth-century.
This groundbreaking work by Jessica Swale, who notably directed the first play by a woman at Shakespeare's Globe in 2010, earned her an Evening Standard Most Promising Playwright nomination.
November 21st - December 2nd, 2023
At 7:30 p.m. (Saturday Matinees at 2 p.m.)