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Win a Pair of Tickets to The Elephant Girls!

Draper Hall - Win a Pair of Tickets to The Elephant Girls!

We're giving away a pair of tickets to see this captivating and gutsy play about a 1920s all female gang.

Competition Ends: 24/03/2017

This offer has expired.

This is the gripping story of the all-female gang which terrorized London for over 100 years, starring and written by Margo Macdonald. A fascinating piece of lost women's history, only recently brought to light, the play focuses on the 1920s when the gang was at the height of its power

The truth. Told in a pub over a three-night bender by Maggie Hale--the gang's suit-wearing, bloody-knuckled, girl-chasing “enforcer”. She’ll tell you all--who they were, what they did, why it worked, how they got away with it, and how it all came crashing down.

A story both captivating and repelling, humorous and terrifying. You won’t be able to look away.

The Elephant Girls runs 6-22 April at Draper Hall, find out more and book tickets here.
 
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