Please note that seated free tickets are limited to each performance.
For non-seated free tickets, please arrive at the TRP foyer ten minutes before the performance start time.
In Plymouth there are 17,000 new female voters. They outnumber the men.
Charlie Chaplin, Amy Johnson, J.M. Barrie, Franz Ferdinand, Henry James, F.D. Roosevelt, Mahatma Gandhi and Joachim von Ribbentrop attended wild parties at the house of Nancy Astor.
100 years after she took her seat as the first female Member of Parliament, Theatre Royal Plymouth presents a playful new 30 minute drama by South West writer Shiona Morton uncovering the controversial and contradictory story of Our Nancy.
Catch one of four free flash performances of this sharp and witty insight into Plymouth’s trailblazing political history in the foyer at TRP, steeped in shadow and undeniable truth.
A workshop production commissioned and produced by Theatre Royal Plymouth.