Woman, warrior, Legend.

 

For ten years Mulan disguised as a man, has fought for the Chinese Empire, but now the fighting is coming to an end, one last battle and she will be going home – but how can she return to her old life, become a woman again, does she even want to?  A search for identity in a violent world.

 

The team behind Edfringe Sell-out 'The Unknown Soldier' and ‘The Empress and Me’ Grist to the Mill Productions and West Yorkshire based British-East-Asian theatre company Red Dragonfly Productions - bring you the real Chinese historical heroine that inspired Disney's original cartoon 'Mulan'

 

 

REVIEWS

'Full of ambition, politics and cultural tension'

★★★★ Adelaide Theatre Guide on ‘The Empress and Me’

 

‘Delivered with style and feeling by [Michelle Yim]’

★★★★ The Scotsman on ‘An Evening with Miss Wong’

 

'Absolutely fascinating'

RECOMMENDED SHOW - Fringe Review on ‘The Empress and Me’

 

'[Michelle] Yim is a winning performer.'

The Stage on ‘The Empress and Me’

 

 

COMPANY

Presented by: Grist to the Mill & Red Dragonfly

Twitter: @gristtheatre @RDprod_Theatre

Facebook: @gristtheatre @reddragonflyproductions.uk

The Ballad of Mulan

 
£12.00
GENRE

Theatre/Drama

DATE/TIME/LOCATION

Brighton Fringe 2020

Sun 17 May @ 6pm

Wed 20 May @ 6pm

Sat 23 May @ 3pm

Sun 31 May @ 1:30pm

Buxton Fringe 2020

Thur 16 July @ 6pm

RUNNING TIME

60 min, no interval

TICKET PRICE

Brighton Fringe 2020

Standard £12

Standard Full Price Tickets applies to all unless otherwise stipulated. We keep our ticket prices low so offer no concessions.

Buxton Fringe 2020

Standard £12

Standard Full Price Tickets applies to all unless otherwise stipulated. We keep our ticket prices low so offer no concessions.

SUITABLE FOR

Age 10+

Warning: Description of violence and war

Audience under 10 are admitted at guardian's discretion

© 2018 by The Rotunda Theatre.

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