It’s Christmas Eve, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy are up late, plotting what to get their Ma as a present and spying on their new wealthy neighbour. They bicker. They cheer. They are totally themselves. Sisters who can’t live without each other. But all this is about to change. Celebrating 150 years of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved classic, Space Productions present ‘Little Women’. Adapted by Rachael Claye (The Lighthouse, 2016) and directed by Sepy Baghaei (CITIZEN, 2018) this is inventive, joyful theatre. A celebration of sisterhood and a bittersweet story of family, loss and love. The March sisters. Each challenging society’s expectations of them, in their own way. Each as relevant today as they ever were.