Cry God for Harry, England and St George!
Mulberry Theatre Company
Sayara has always wanted to be a leader. But does she actually have what it takes? When her community comes under threat, will she find the courage inside herself to stand up for what she believes in? As she persuades a group of young East London women to take on one of Shakespeare’s greatest plays, they begin to ask questions about nationality, identity and what it really takes to inspire your friends and your country. Fringe First winners Mulberry Theatre Company present the world premiere of their new play.
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