mo logo yellow

Contact us:

Phone: +44 (0)1273 337515

Email: moa@sussex.ac.uk

Invisible Woman - play inspired by the Mass Observation Archive

invisble womanFollowing performances at the Edinburgh Festival, on 18th October a new play that was inspired by the Mass Observation Archive will be performed at the Otherplace in Brighton

 

Invisible Woman

A thrilling tale of derring-do in WWII.

Repressed housewife, Mrs Bishop, is just the person to help the Resistance – but who is this mysterious lady and will her true identity be revealed?

Kate Cook plays everyone from 15 year old Cecily, the swing dancing dreamer to sadistic Herr Von Schnerkel, a General of Hitler's Gestapo and many other crackpot characters.

A story telling tour de force – Invisible Woman is a funny, touching portrayal of one woman’s journey into freedom and adventure.

"Nothing short of genius!" ★★★★ (Edfringe Review)

Invisible Woman

.@JessScantlebury and @KLPattrick are at @kingsfund_lib #kfhistory tonight. Come and talk to us about how we can support your research.
Julian Trevelyan's @BoltonWorktown Mass Observation work is currently on display @PallentGallery https://t.co/QuASXiD9hk
"To Assist Guests...who are unfamiliar with the Spanish Language, Senor Matinez offers the following a la carte sug… https://t.co/E80QAWH0As
Follow Mass Observation on Twitter