Arts Alive presents Red Ladder Theatre, another company new to local rural audiences, in an informative, entertaining and topical show, Wrong 'Un.

It’s February 1918, Parliament is poised to grant what the suffragettes have fought for – votes for women (well, some of them.) After years of direct action, imprisonment and force-feeding, it seems their time has come.

Wrong ‘Un tells the story of Annie Wilde, a Lancashire mill-girl galvanised by a rousing mixture of injustice, conviction, self-doubt and fear, on her journey from schoolroom to prison cell and beyond.

This one-woman show is a musical with no musicians – the performer takes on five different roles and sings all the songs unaccompanied! Kathleen Yore (of Odd Doll Puppetry) has taken on the challenging role of Annie Wilde and the show has gained excellent reviews: ‘…warm, likeable and subversive… One hundred years on, the suffragette movement is still relevant.” The Stage

Catch up with Annie, her fights and triumphs, at the Conquest Theatre in Bromyard on Friday, November 16 at 7.30pm. To book, call the box office on 01885 488575 or visit