Mrs Barbour’s Daughters

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In 1915, Mary Barbour led 20, 000 women in Glasgow’s Rent Strikes. Mary Barbour’s Army fought against evictions from their homes with bundles of washing, cooking pots and wooden spoons. They won. 100 years on, an old woman sits in a sinking Govan tenement, battling her memories and reaching for an idea of a time which put all of us first. The 2014 Oran Mor production, in association with the Traverse, played to sold-out audiences. This year the play returns to Glasgow to join the city’s celebrations of the centenary of the Rent Strikes when the Clydeside blazed with political activism. Contains foreword, essays and reflections from Karine Polwart, Catriona Burness, John Foster and Mary Lockhart.

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Title Page
Scene One: 2015
Mary Barbour
The Red Clyde
The Other Mary
By the Same Author

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