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“Well-behaved women rarely make history.”


… and there is no finer example than Anne Bonny. Anne may have existed in a man’s world, but she made it her own and became one of the most fearsome and skilled pirates of the ‘Golden Age’. From an inauspicious start in Ireland to one of the most wanted pirates of her day, Anne’s story is an incredible tale of friendship, violence and tragedy that has captured imaginations for centuries.


In this script from acclaimed playwright, T.G Hofman, Anne's story is brought to vivid life in a one actor play that explores the incredible life of one of the more fearsome figures of the high seas.


The play was originally produced by Tortive Theatre for a run at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham where it played to sellout audiences.


Genevieve Lowe starred as the pirate Queen herself and the production was directed and designed by Ben Humphrey.


This script is available as in both print and Kindle editions.


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A Boy Called Anne

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