The production is a collaboration between The National Museum of Qatar, Mockingbird Performing Arts Academy and The Doha Players. Creating an exciting opportunity to connect more established actors with young performers and nurture artistic talent in an inspiring, cultural venue.
The play dedicated by Swale to Malala Yousafzai, follows the lives of the students in Girton College, Cambridge 1896, the first college in Britain to admit women and it charts their journey to change the future of education. It`s a moving story that resonates with today’s ongoing struggle for women`s education in the classroom and beyond.
Tickets are being sold through The National Museum of Qatar and will be available through their website.
The dates and times of the performances are:
Saturday 27th November – Matinee 2pm/ Evening show 7pm
Sunday 28th November to Wednesday 1st December – 7pm Evening shows
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Fantastic show enjoyed by the whole family, especially our 7 year old twin boys- they were hooked from the beginning all the way to the end (normally they are knocked out by 7pm on school nights but this was…
Zerin Ahmed Choudhury
I can’t thank you enough for letting Elena Join your classes and giving her a space for her creative spark to shine.
Fabulous production, huge congratulations to all those involved. A real feast of a panto!! This theatre company never to things by half!!! Thank you
Jane and Elaine. (Leigh Pell) We enjoyed the show so much on both nights. My…
Being a part of Mockingbird has been exhilarating and enjoyable. Everyone comes into class with a bundle of energy which helps us warm up and begin to perform. Jane has made my time at Mockingbird so magical and has….