- DURATION 60 mins
This is a theatrical monologue performed in character as Violet Jessop, a stewardess who worked on the infamous Titanic. Set in 1917, listen to Violet’s dramatic tales of her first 9 years working at sea. Undeterred by two disasters, Violet continues to work at sea until 1950, make yourself comfortable to travel back in time to meet this remarkable woman and hear her tales.
- Duration: 60 mins
- Online Zoom event: Join from your computer, phone or tablet (no replay available)
- Join as an individual or book for private groups up to 300
Meet the Host, Jane
An actor and historian delivering school sessions in Southampton local museums, Jane Glennie has been a public speaker since 2011. She has entertained many groups including WIs, TWGs, U3As, Probus as well as Care Homes. Her talks are engaging theatrical monologues based on stories, people or moments in history.
Preparing for the Event
For the best experience, you will need to have Zoom downloaded onto your computer. Please ensure you're connected to broadband/wifi rather than using your mobile phone connection (3G/4G).
We also recommend that pets are either calmly sitting on your lap or in another room, and any refreshments you may require are within your reach!
What if I can’t make the event?
If a recording’s available for the event, you can still register for it and we will send you an email with a link to a recording shortly after it ends.
Will my camera be on and will I be visible to the other people?
Your camera and microphone does not need to be on for you to enjoy your Mirthy event. The choice about whether to do this is completely yours.
How do I watch the live event?
Mirthy events are hosted on Zoom, a computer application that allows you to attend online events just by clicking a link. For detailed instructions, please go to our "FAQ" page, which you can find a link to in the nav bar at the top of the page.
Excellent presentation! Really brought Violet's story to life! Jane obviously loves her subject and it showed!
A very moving account by a talented lady. Her expressions were amazing, It had me in tears. Thanks Jane. Looking forward to another monologue from Jane.
A most enjoyable talk. It was interesting to hear Violet was terrified of water and couldn't swim yet loved her shipboard life. Lots of little insights. Fascinating how they got the babies and children on board the Carpathia. Had never thought about that aspect of the rescue; indeed, had never heard or read that was what they did. Well done Jane for keeping us informed and entertained.