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Former Women's Locker Room

1-26 August (not 12 and 19)

2:15pm (55min)

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"A thought provoking production delivered with style"

★★★★★ - A Young(ish) Perspective

"One of the biggest highlights of my year in theatre"

★★★★ - Theatre and Tonic


"A triumph of writing and performance"

★★★★ - Broadway Baby

"Touching, heartfelt, and full of hope"

★★★★ - The Upcoming

"A truly memorable and compelling show"

★★★★ - The Peg Review​​

1968. Three thousand students occupy the London School of Economics, in the most significant act of protest in a generation.


2024. Two friends and flatmates try to work out what radical change means today, searching through archives, photos, first-hand accounts.


Hot off Soho Theatre, sold-out hit Lessons on Revolution takes over Summerhall. This ★★★★★ documentary theatre piece is a gripping journey through global and personal history which asks: in a new age of inequality and injustice, how can the voices of the past give us hope?


Writers - Gabriele Uboldi & Sam Rees

Dramaturg - Rafaella Marcus

Set & Video Designer - Ella Dale

Sound Designer - Rudy Percival

Lighting Designer - Laurel Marks

Performed by - Gabriele Uboldi & Sam Rees

Stage Manager - Vivi Wei

Marketing - Cup of Ambition

PR - Matthew Parker

Photographer - Jack Sain

An Undone Theatre & Carmen Collective Co-Production

LESSONS ON REVOLUTION is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Also supported by LSE Library & Archives. Special thanks to Rowan Evans, David Doyle, Jessica Lazar, Phil Bartlett, David Ralf, Joey Jepps.

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