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for all the women who thought they were Mad is an urgent piece of theatre examining the myriad of forces that collide and conspire against black women living in contemporary Britain today.

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Starts: 14.10.2019 19:30
Ends: 09.11.2019 19:30
Location:
Hackney Showroom at Stoke Newington Town Hall
Stoke Newington Church Street, London N16 0JR
London
United Kingdom
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