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Songs of Solidarity, Suffrage & Strength – City Varieties, Leeds

Writer: Boff Whalley Reviewer: Holly Spanner Established in 1968, Red Ladder is one of the nation’s leading touring companies dedicated to producing theatre which has the power for social change. With productions that are engaging, thought provoking and have a strong political voice, Songs of Solidarity, Suffrage &Strength is no different. A double bill, the audience are treated to two ...

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Wrong ‘Un: A Suffragettes Story – The Lowry, Salford

Writer : Boff Whalley Director : Justin Audibert Reviewer : Sarah Dee “Agitating for vote” is how Annie Wilde, the mill-girl from Lancashire describes her journey from the small town of Nelson to becoming a suffragette and fighting Parliament in London. Wrong ‘Un A Suffragettes Story is a one hander, one act production by Red Ladder Theatre Company. It is ...

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Unscorched – Finborough Theatre, London

Writer: Luke Owen Director: Justin Audibert Reviewer: Alex Ramon [rating:3.5] Unscorched, the debut play by Luke Owen, is the winner of this year’s Papatango New Writing Prize, an award that’s previously gone to such critically well-received works as Dawn King’s Foxfinder (2011) and Louise Monaghan’s Pack (2012). Apparently selected unanimously by the judges from more than 500 entries, Owen’s text ...

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The Fu Manchu Complex – Ovalhouse, London

Writer: Daniel York Director: Justin Audibert Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty [rating:3.5] Please Note: this play has the potential to be outrageously racist and offensive. In fact, in someone else's hands the scrip could be made into a truly horrendous and objectionable piece of work. One that would be a favourite among those who see a stranger with different skin-tone a direct ...

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