Black History Month presents

Forgotten Voices

by David Moorhead

1 Oct 2022

Book Tickets
Forgotten Voices

Venue: Ron Barber Studio

Duration: 1 hours 12 mins*

Price: From £13.00

Suitable Age: 12+

Forgotten Voices is a one woman show inspired by the life of South African activist Eva Moorhead Kadalie. Before Mandela her voice cried out for freedom. A story of joy and pain, struggle and sacrifice. Starring Shareesa Valentine.

Forgotten Voices tells the remarkable real-life story of Eva Moorhead Kadalie, the widow of South Africa’s first national black trade union leader, Clements Kadalie. For over three decades, the couple fought for freedom and paved the way for Mandela. It is a one woman show starring Shareesa Valentine. The play is written by Eva's grandson, David Moorhead.

“The perfect play for Black History Month.” NorthWest End Review
“Important, powerful, heartfelt, beautifully written and acted…it’s on a whole new level.” Honorarymancblog review
“A truly inspiring tale of the South African struggle.” Rogers Govender MBE
“Brilliantly acted” Nazia Mogra BBC NorthWest Tonight

Please note this show contains themes of loss and racism and occasional mild language. Recommended for ages 12 and above.

Tickets
Adult: £15.00
Senior 60+: £13.00
Child U16: £13.00
Student: £13.00

Show Dates and Times

DateTimeOn Sale
Sat, 1st Oct7:45pm

Book Tickets