Four generations of loves and losses in award-winning Northamptonshire play

Shires Repertory Theatre; a Northamptonshire based and funded not-for-profit theatre company are back with their next play 'My Mother said I never should.' 0HeWykk1MSU2NzN6IaZ3
Shires Repertory Theatre; a Northamptonshire based and funded not-for-profit theatre company are back with their next play 'My Mother said I never should.' 0HeWykk1MSU2NzN6IaZ3
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Women’s stories are being told in the latest production from the Shires Repertory Theatre.

The Northamptonshire-based theatre company is producing a show called My Mother Said I Never Should.

The award-winning play was written by Charlotte Keatley and is about four generations of women and their maternal relationships and their loves and losses.

The story is set against a backdrop of the changing political and social circumstances of the 20th century.

The company is a not-for-profit, locally funded organisation.

They have collaborated with the NN gallery in Guildhall Road, Northampton and its project space initiative.

The production is staged at the gallery at 2.30pm on Saturday, September 7, and Sunday, September 7. Tickets for the play cost £10 and can be bought from the NN cafe, reserved by emailing info@shiresreptheatre.co.uk or bought on the door.