Chasing Rainbows at Hoxton Hall

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Chasing Rainbows at Hoxton Hall

As the moon landing turns 50, Hoxton Hall have created a new show about the first Caribbean woman in space.

Including aerial performances, the play captures stories that are both out of this world and universal to contemporary women.

As the ambitious space-seeking main character shoots for the stars, she is condemned for choosing career over motherhood.

Karena Johnson, who directed the play, spoke to Helena Wadia.

Chasing Rainbows runs from the 25 June to the 20 July at Hoxton Hall.

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