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Miss Nobodies

March 2020 - Present

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Book launch:

'An afternoon with Miss Nobody'

will be at Great Harwood Library on the 20th October 3pm

Book Tickets here

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Live Theatre Show:

18th, 19th, 20th & 26th November

Book tickets here

A funny, poignant, heart-warming show about fierce Lancashire women and what they have done to leave their mark on this country’s history.

This two-hander play takes us through the history of the last 100 years of a shop in Lancashire. Miss Nobodies was inspired by the community of Great Harwood, along with research into local history and prominent figures of Lancashire. One such person is Ethel Carnie Holdsworth; a writer that worked in the mills in the early part of the last century. She is cited as the first working class, female novelist in the UK and parts of her poetry is used throughout the play, showcasing the resilient, resourceful and rowdy women of Lancashire.

 

‘’O life was made for joy, now woe

Whatever the saints may say;

We were not meant, with heads bent low,

To walk a briary way.

‘Twas man transposed to minor strain

Life’s page of love and laughter;

Someday we’ll change it back again

Where’er may follow after.”

Excerpt of a poem By Ethel Carnie Holdsworth

For tour dates take a look here

Book launch:

'An afternoon with Miss Nobody'

will be at Great Harwood Library on the 20th October 3pm

To buy the accompanying book look here