Theatre Lab Company presents

EMMELINE: The Suffragette Movement

Price:
£20 FULL / £15 CONC
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EVENT INFORMATION

Theatre Lab Company presents EMMELINE: The Suffragette Movement, by Beatrice Hyde, directed by Anastasia Revi.  

EMMELINE follows the journey of the inspirational leader of the Suffrage movement on her life's mission to achieve the vote for women.

Delving into the dynamics of the Pankhurst family, EMMELINE explores the tensions that arose between her and her daughter Sylvia on militant tactics and social values, emblematic of the conflicts that divided the movement. Does the end justify the means? Should the cause come first, no matter the personal cost?

A story of the courage and sacrifice of the Suffragettes, their struggle and exaltation, and their undying determination that made history.

PRESS

'Every element of this production was so well thought out and meticulously refined to create a cohesive masterpiece.' LONDON THEATRE AND OTHER THINGS *****

'Writing on par with that of the National Theatre. Compelling, emotional and captivating.' FAIRY POWERED PRODUCTIONS *****

'Time and again, there are incredible visual moments as director, Anastasia Revi, creates breath-taking images.' LONDON LIVING LARGE *****

'This is an important, informative and entertaining production that everyone should see.' BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE

CAST + CREATIVE TEAM

Written by Beatrice Hyde
Directed by Anastasia Revi
Produced by Theatre Lab Company
Producer: Velenzia Spearpoint
Movement Director: Phoebe Stapleton
Composer/Sound Designer: Annabelle Brown
Set Designer: Maira Vazeou
Costume Designer: Tamara Amalie Andersen

SCHOOL BOOKINGS

Student tickets are available at £10 when booked as a school group. One free teacher ticket for every nine students booked.

Contact box office on 0161 912 5616 for more information or to make a booking.

RUNNING TIMES

135 minutes, inc. interval

AGE RECOMMENDATION

12+

MEDIA

www.theatrelab.co.uk

www.emmelinetlc.co.uk

@WatersideArts

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  1. March 8, 2023, 1:30 p.m. → Book Now
  2. March 8, 2023, 7:30 p.m. → Book Now

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