The Old Red Lion Theatre will present a production of Camilla Whitehill’s Where Do Little Birds Go? from the 1st to the 26th November. 

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Presented by Longsight Theatre, this one woman play is the debut play from the Channel 4 and Bush Theatre writer Camilla Whitehill.

It’s 1966. Lucy Fuller is 18 years old and working at Winston’s Nightclub. One night, Lucy is kidnapped by the Kray Twins and locked in a flat with an escaped murderer. This is the story of Lucy’s time with Ronnie, Reggie, and Frank.

The production starring Jessica Butcher and directed by Sarah Meadows, Where Do Little Birds Go? is an exploration of sexual exploitation and class, set in a time in which fashion, music and celebrity shaped young women’s coming of age.

Talking about the production Camilla Whitehill said: “I’m delighted that Lucy’s story is doing a full run in London, the city that the play lives in. We still have a problem telling women’s stories in both the theatre world and the real world. It’s important to explore the pasts of those who have been ignored and restore a balance to the way we look at history.”

Where Do Little Birds Go will play at the Old Red Lion Theatre from the 1st to the 26th November. For more information and to book tickets visit: http://www.oldredliontheatre.co.uk/where-do-little-birds-go.html

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