Fragments & Monuments invite you to:
The Wollstonecraft Live Experience!
outdoor film screening and live music on Newington Green
Saturday 15 September 2007
|6.00 picnic begins
6.30 DEIRDRE CARTWRIGHT TRIO
‘Intensely hip, groovy, accessible and atmospheric. Get out and see them’ Musician magazine
Watch the picnic online at www.wollstonecraftlive.com
|8pm British Summer Time
BRING YOUR OWN PICNIC
Or pre-order a special picnic from The Alma, N1 0207 359 4536 | Star Box café open
Tickets £10.00 and £5.00 concs.(including Newington Green residents )
Box Office: The Cochrane Theatre tel. 020 72691606 www.cochranetheatre.co.uk
Stoke Newington Bookshop, 159 Stoke Newington High St.,N16
Come and see yourself, friends and neighbours on the screen and become part of The Wollstonecraft Live Experience!
‘Mother of feminism reborn in triplicate. Wollstonecraft makes for a great multimedia heroine. Long may she live!’
Hermione Eyre, Independent on Sunday, Talk of the Town,
25 September 2005
‘By bringing ‘this active restless spirit’ back to Newington Green and by continuing to re-play this performance, they hope to create a monument to this amazing woman.’
Fragments of a Life: Performing History in Newington Green, Theatre Forum.Prof. Lesley Ferris November 2005
Local resident and celebrated screen writer Tony Grisoni says: 'Good to know Mary is alive and living in Stoke Newington. We need more like her!'
Celebrate the life and work of local historical figure, Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797) and discover and interact with her ghosts and become part of the recording through a live video feed.
*Wollstonecraft Live! Written by Kaethe Fine and Directed by Anna Birch was performed on Newington Green to 1200 people over 4 nights in September 2005. 80% of the audience were local people.