Care Not, Fear Naught

Mon 6th – Sat 18th Aug 2018


“Soundbite to be specified”

Temporarily Misplaxed Productions


This new play, written/directed by Emily Hutt, tells the true story of an eighteenth century Irish woman, Anne Bonny, who finds freedom in the strangest of places: aboard a Caribbean pirate ship. On board she learns what it is to be her own woman - dressed as a man - in a true story of courage, strength of heart and need for connection.

Cast –

Anne Bonny: Anna Herzog, John “Calico Jack” Rackham: Louis Cummings, Mary Read: Jessica Anne, Ensemble: Ben Frederick, Edmund Fargher, Dan Hazelwood, Paddy O’Leary, Rosie Skuse, Janine Cartmell, Bella Bevan, Tami Stone

Sound Design- Julian Starr


“A feminist story that rings poignant and will do for years to come… ‘one to see’ for many this August. Temporarily Misplaced has described itself as a platform for new writing, young artists and a voice for minority groups – I believe this piece delivers on that description.” – LondonTheatre1

“The fast-paced account of her life is supported by a comparatively large cast whose rhythmic movement and speech make the play an almost musical experience.”

–The Spy in the Stalls

“This is definitely an important story to be telling, particularly now.” – Mind the Blog

Temporarily Misplaced Productions feels it is important to tell Anne's story to inspire and give strength to women of today. Yet, also believe a large audience of all ages and genders will gain inspiration from Anne’s story of empowerment against all odds. “Anne Bonny is real-life proof that an 18th century woman could make what she wanted of her life…and if she could do that… we women today can, too” says Hutt of her feminist piece.

Temporarily Misplaced Productions is a new London-based theatre company founded by Emily Hutt and Bradley Walker (author of ‘The Catalyst’), that uses their passion for story-crafting to balance the representation of minorities via fresh, dynamic and interesting writing. This company was created as a platform to produce new writing by young emerging artists, which show strong and multifaceted female characters as well as gives voices to minority groups such as the LGBTQ+ community.

For poster/performance images please got to the link below (Images by Hana Kovacs): https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rdhen241lu8yzal/AAAP16ZxwuEBaCAvVp-X4Vr8a?dl=0

Admission: £10(£8)

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