Bloomsbury Women and the Wild Colonial Girl
By Lorae Parry; Director: Susan Wilson
From the words of Mansfield, Woolf & friends
A witty look at love, life and literature
Starring Isobel McKinnon as K.M. and Jessica Robinson as L.M. & Virginia Woolf
"Life never become a habit to me, it is always a marvel." K.M.
Come and join LILAC and friends for a special fundraiser at Circa
Tuesday 21st August, 7.30pm - all tickets just $45 - see below
In 1908 Katherine Mansfield set sail for London, never to return.
After meeting Virginia Woolf, KM wrote: “I have nothing to say to charming women. I
feel like a cat among tigers.”
Virginia’s first impressions of Katherine Mansfield were: “I’m a little shocked by her
commonness… She seems to have gone every sort of hog since she was 17.”
Against a colourful background of the people and places that shaped KM’s “many
hundreds of selves”, this play shows these two literary rivals developing a special
relationship which defies stereotypes and gossip.
"When does one really begin a journey, or a friendship or a love affair? It is
those beginnings which are so fascinating." K.M.
It would be great to see you there, we really appreciate your support!
Book now - buy your tickets:
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Tickets can be collected at the door from 6.30pm