Mary and Ada Set the World to Rights

Produced by A Play, A Pie and A Pint, Òran Mór | Presented by Traverse Theatre By Jane Livingstone
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About

1833. Mary Somerville is a self-educated, married women from Fife.

Ada Lovelace is the wild 17-year-old daughter of Lord Byron. Both are among the most respected thinkers of their day. When a brutal accusation causes Mary to doubt her entire life’s work, the two great minds must come together.

Ticket includes:

  • A freshly baked pie
  • A pint of beer, 125ml glass of house wine, regular glass of soft drink or cup of filter coffee or tea
  • A vibrant mix of themes, characters and stories
  • Lunchtime and evening performances
  • Easily digestible 50-min play packages

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    If you’d like to try for a returned ticket, we will take names from 1 hour before the performance – in person only, at the Box Office

  • Book

    If you’d like to try for a returned ticket, we will take names from 1 hour before the performance – in person only, at the Box Office

  • Book

    If you’d like to try for a returned ticket, we will take names from 1 hour before the performance – in person only, at the Box Office