In “Why Shouldn’t I Go?” three very different Irishwomen tell their stories. All were forced to abandon their native home, all carry a burden of sadness acquired when they were very young which has blighted the rest of their lives. Funny and shocking by turns, the play shines a light on the ruinous impact of prejudice, secrecy and church domination in sixties Ireland, north and south of the border.
Limited tickets available on the door - £10. 
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.