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London 1936. Tensions are running high. Europe is inching closer to war and the home front is fraught. In East London pressure mounts as Oswald Mosley prepares his Fascist 'Blackshirts' to march on the immigrant population and show them they are not welcome.

On October 4th, 250,000 people come together to defend the East End. The impact changed history, changed London and changed the politics of a country. But for three women, it was the beginning, middle and end of a much more personal journey, through ideas, beliefs and love.

Using verbatim and historical accounts, Scrawny Cat Theatre Company brings to life the story behind the Battle of Cable Street. The lives of three women, from very different walks of life, become intertwined as the dramatic events of that day unfold, with unforgettable consequences.

For more information you can visit our website or go straight to the Blue Elephant Theatre website.

http://scrawnycat.co.uk

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Freya Finnerty
Greta
Angie Fullman
Diana Mosley

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