As part of the 2018 Tasmanian Heritage Festival, this Friday Oak Lodge in Richmond is exploring the world of the Georgian woman through two performance held inside the historic property.
Written by award winning Tasmanian playwright Anne Blythe-Cooper, and performed by celebrated actor Pip Tyrrell, the plays explore the life of a successful Georgian woman, an unexplored and unheard of character as Georgian women were allowed to be successful wives or mothers, but nothing more.
Now, Jane Elizabeth is speaking out about the successful past she left behind. She is speaking about all the lives of al the women of her age; the free, the transported, the powerful, and the poor.
‘Take Tea with Jane Elizabeth’ is launching on this Friday 4th May at 5.30 with a following matinee the following Monday 7th at 2pm. Tickets are $10.00 and available via nationaltrusttas.rezdy.com/233662/jane-elizabeth-speaks
Sophie Bleach, National Trust