Suffrage Plays

Saturday 16 June 2018

10.00-17.30

As part of celebrating the anniversary of women’s suffrage, the University of Greenwich’s Drama Programme, in collaboration with Greenwich Theatre, Culture Clash, and GLYPT’s Progression Programme, will present a series of rehearsed readings of plays and writings by Suffragettes. This event brings together drama students and young performers from the community with professional directors and actors to produce an exciting range of work. Suffragettes used plays and performance to advance their cause, and their work. The plays are funny, moving and hard-hitting and deserve to be seen again. In addition there will be some contemporary writing by both professional and student playwrights on issues that affect women today.

All tickets are FREE and include an opportunity to join a tea party in collaboration with EqualiTeas – https://equaliteas.org.uk/

 

Ticket 1

10.00     How the Vote was Won, Cicely Hamilton (1909) – directed by Natasha Oxley, & Monologues(s)

11.00     Tea party in collaboration with EqualiTeas

 

Ticket 2:

11.00     Tea party in collaboration with EqualiTeas

12.00     In the Workhouse, Margaret Wynne Nevinson (1911) & Monologue(s) – directed by James Haddrell

 

Ticket 3:

14.30     Tradition (1913) – directed by James Haddrell, & Monologues(s)

15.30     Tea party in collaboration with EqualiTeas

 

Ticket 4:

15.30     Tea party in collaboration with EqualiTeas

16.30     Little Wrens, Rebecca Moloney – directed by Chris Williams

Cross, Nicole Darvill-Barton – directed by James McLaughlin

Blaring Silence, Ardit Darci – directed by Laura Wooff

 

PLEASE TAKE EXTRA CARE TO ENSURE YOU BOOK TICKETS FOR THE PERFORMANCE YOU WANT TO ATTEND

 


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