The Lost Voice of Anne Brontë
Hosted by St Oswald's Art Room.
An inspiring drama of a delicate, dutiful, devout girl, repressed by waring sisters, a dissolute brother and zealot of a father.
Anne finds courage to risk financial ruin and reputation to write on the misery of girls pressed into loveless marriages, and wives devoid of legal rights, powerless against abusive husbands.
Directed by Cate Whittaker.
Saturday 22 January, 8pm
St Oswald's Haberfield
10 Dickson St
All ticket proceeds, minus transaction fees, go to support the work of International Justice Mission (IJM), the largest anti-slavery organisation in the world. They exist to see the 40 million people trapped in modern day slavery released and restored, and their perpetrators brought to justice. More info: https://ijm.org.au
The Lost Voice of Anne Bronte runs for 90 minutes, with no interval.
Covid Safety at The Lost Voice of Anne Brontë
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