Khaki Cabaret hits right notes at the Spread Eagle, Nov 26

wartime-womenChanteuse and mistress of dramatic cabaret, Fiona-Jane Weston, recreates the excitement of times that changed our world forever in a moving and humorous performance in the acclaimed production Wartime Women – The Khaki Cabaret.

What did Mummy do in the war?

Weston answers that question through some fascinating stories, songs, verses and diary extracts.

This is a wonderfully affectionate tribute which reminds us of the first time when “ordinary” women became pilots, mechanics and engineers. Women made munitions, worked the land and performed daring acts of espionage behind enemy lines. Wartime Women – The Khaki Cabaret illustrates that for women, things would never be the same again.

  • Wartime Women – The Khaki Cabaret will next be performed at The Spread Eagle Theatre on November 26. Tickets just £10 Box office: 020 8781 1134 or click here to book

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