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A contemporary, female led adaptation of Little Women at The Space

Preview by Lizzie Guilfoyle

OFF West End Award nominated Space Productions are presenting a contemporary adaptation of Little Women. Set in London and celebrating 150 years since the novel’s original publication, it runs at The Space from November 27 to December 15, 2018.

It’s Christmas Eve. Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy are up late, plotting what to get their Ma as a present and spying on their new wealthy neighbour. They bicker. They cheer. They are totally themselves. Sisters who can’t live without each other. But all this is about to change.

Adapted by Rachael Claye (The Lighthouse, 2016) and directed by Sepy Baghaei (CITIZEN, 2018) this is a female led, inventive, joyful re-imagining of a modern classic; a celebration of sisterhood and a bittersweet story of family, loss and love.

The cast includes Amy Gough (as Jo March), Isabel Catherine Crowe (Meg March), Stephanie Dickson (Amy March), Miranda Horn (Beth March), Victoria Jeffrey (Mrs March), Sean Stevenson (Laurie Laurence), Joshua Stretton (John Brooke) and Jonathan Hawkins (Professor Bhaer).

Tickets: £19.50, £14.50, £9.50. To book, call the box office on 0207 515 7799 or visit space.org.uk/.

Time: Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm.

The Space, 269 Westferry Road, London, E14 3RS

Read more about The Space’s 2018 Autumn/Winter Season.