Brighton 1852. A day in the life of Sarah, an African girl, adopted by Queen Victoria and raised in the Queen’s circles. Today is the eve of her having to return to Africa but will she go?
The Present. A day in the life of Sarah, a black middle-class woman staying in a Cheshire village with her husband and small child. They are paid a visit by well-meaning neighbours who have something to confess…
The two Sarahs meet Queen Victoria for tea. This won’t be your regular tea party…
The fourth national tour born from Revolution Mix – an Eclipse movement that is spearheading the largest ever delivery of new Black British stories. The first Revolution Mix story was the sell-out production of Black Men Walking and the second, this year’s highly acclaimed Princess & The Hustler.
Age Recommendation: 12+
A clever, challenging piece, performed with wit, poise and control
Another successful chapter in Eclipse Theatre's Revolution Mix
Is well worth seeing for the yarn it spins, both anchored in reality and visionary in its appeal to shed outdated attitudes
An intriguing and ambitious satire on imperialism
Arduous attempt to challenge perceptions
A must-see piece of theatre