We had a sell-out show at Battersea Arts Centre last night before our live interview on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour this morning (Tuesday 25th October).

And then to our performance at the Houses of Parliament this afternoon, hosted by the the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance, Clinks, Prison Reform Trust and Agenda (Alliance for Women and Girls at Risk) aimed to inform, move and inspire parliamentarians, senior policy-makers and decision-makers who need to understand the complex lives of women who come into contact with the criminal justice system.

Get your tickets for Key Change on National Tour until 10th December now – here is some of the feedback from last night’s audience:

#keychange @battersea_arts was an utter delight tonight. Hilarious yet incredibly moving. Theatre at its best. Nice work @OpenClasp

#KeyChange by @OpenClasp was phenomenal, heartbreaking, & hilarious. Packed house & everyone was blown away. Go see!

There are precious few times I walk out of a theatre genuinely excited by what I’ve just seen. @OpenClasp and @battersea_arts, well played!

“Amazing! I felt furious (for the women) and also laughed so much. I’m not a big ‘theatre’ fan but I felt completely inside the play. Amazing acting and such an insight into something I have no experience of. Thanks for writing it”