Sisters: By Stephanie Street

Sisters: By Stephanie Street

A Sheffield Theatres Production

Thursday 11th – Saturday 27th March


This is what it’s like to be a Muslim woman in Britain today.

Based on interviews with dozens of women from across the country and around Sheffield, Stephanie Street’s new play lifts the veil on a world of custom and tradition. Sisters exposes the human stories at the heart of the Muslim community, cutting through the stereotypes and bringing a chorus of voices to life on stage.

A poignant, surprising and insightful journey into the lives of British Muslim women.

Tickets £1.00 – £15.00

Women Only Performance

  • Wednesday 24th March

  • Lunch from 12.30pm, performance 2.00pm.

  • Crèche facility available 12.30 – 5.00pm

Studio Theatre, Tudor Square, Sheffield, S1 1DA.

Box Office: 0114 249 6000

"Sisters" - a women-only performance at the Crucible Studio
2:00pm to 5:00pm Wednesday 24 March 2010

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