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Lilies on the Land
A unique and moving piece of theatre is making its way to the Theatre on the Steps in June/July in the form of Lilies on the Land, based on the real life stories of the Women’s Land Army. It is a celebration of the Land Girls and their epic story in the Second World War, with hundreds of letters laying the foundation of a look at four women who signed up to the movement in a period of history that will be remembered forever.

The Women’s Land Army saw women from various different social classes play their part in the war effort as they dug for victory. In Lilies on the Land we will follow their story as Vera, Poppy and co. recall the heartache and the humour that kept them going through times of great difficulty. It was a unique time for the women of this country and whilst the horrors of war were always an issue, we see how toilet rolls from the sky, overalls filled with mice and other such strange circumstances make their way into a compelling and memorable story.

Lilies on the Land is a revealing, funny, wonderfully moving and utterly captivating portrait of some of Britain’s pluckiest, unsung heroes. Simply unmissable, this is theatre at its most memorable.

Tickets £9.00
Concessions £7.00


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