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The Fighting Days
by Wendy Lill 
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The Fighting Days

Set in Winnipeg during 1910-1917, the play focuses on the life and work of Francis Marion Beynon, a Manitoba journalist and political activist. When the play opens, she meets Nellie McClung and becomes involved in the Votes-for-Women movement. As the newly hired writer and editor of the women’s page in The Rural Review, her views end up becoming controversial when Canada becomes involved in World War l and the conscription crisis divides the suffragists. A play about the polarities of public and private lives and issues of racism and pacifism, “The Fighting Days” deals with timeless moral concerns.

Arts Manitoba describes it as -  “An unusually insightful investigation of social conscience.” 

Upcoming Shows

  • 7:30pm - “The Fighting Days”
    7:30pm - “The Fighting Days”
    Newton Cultural Centre
    Nov. 12, 7:30 p.m. PST
    Newton Cultural Centre, 13530 72 Ave, Surrey, BC V3W 2P1, Canada
    Written by Wendy Lill Set in Winnipeg during 1910-1917, the play focuses on the life and work of Francis Marion Beynon, a Manitoba journalist and political activist. When the play opens, she meets Nellie McClung and becomes involved in the Votes-for-Women movement.
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  • 7:30pm - “The Fighting Days”
    7:30pm - “The Fighting Days”
    Newton Cultural Centre
    Nov. 13, 7:30 p.m. PST
    Newton Cultural Centre, 13530 72 Ave, Surrey, BC V3W 2P1, Canada
    Written by Wendy Lill Set in Winnipeg during 1910-1917, the play focuses on the life and work of Francis Marion Beynon, a Manitoba journalist and political activist. When the play opens, she meets Nellie McClung and becomes involved in the Votes-for-Women movement.
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  • 2:30pm - “The Fighting Days”
    2:30pm - “The Fighting Days”
    Newton Cultural Centre
    Nov. 14, 2:30 p.m. PST
    Newton Cultural Centre, 13530 72 Ave, Surrey, BC V3W 2P1, Canada
    Written by Wendy Lill Set in Winnipeg during 1910-1917, the play focuses on the life and work of Francis Marion Beynon, a Manitoba journalist and political activist. When the play opens, she meets Nellie McClung and becomes involved in the Votes-for-Women movement.
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In order to comply with government and Provincial Health Authority requirements regarding social distancing, we have made adjustments to our in person productions. 

 

Because we want to keep our audiences and performers safe from COVID-19 physical distancing will be in effect and we will be complying with all Public Health Orders.

 

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