Saint Joan

Wed 12th – Sat 15th Nov 2014

NO UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

“'I might almost as well have been a man... I should not have bothered you all so much then.'”

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SUMMARY

It is the A Hundred Year War and England have the upper hand, occupying part of France. In Northern France a fifteen year old peasant girl claims to have visions from God. These visions tell her to liberate France from its English domination.

Saint Joan tells the story of Joan of Arc, a girl who says she is the ambassador of God on earth. Refusing to accept life as a woman, Joan lives and fights as a man, asserting herself with a confidence which brings her power over statesmen and royalty as she leads Charles VII to victory.

Joan is fighting with God on her side. The only problem is, so is everyone else.

Through rap music and neon lights, Joan's story is told in a fast-paced interpretation, dealing with religious terrorism in a modern world.

Admission: £6(£5)

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