The run of this show has now finished. Listen to an audio version here
‘Welcome everyone. Do take a seat, and enjoy the refreshments.
We’re here tonight to talk about the cause of women.
Quite simply, we’re here to change the world.’
Centring on the remarkable story of Wimbledon resident Rose Lamartine Yates, this new play, by acclaimed playwright Beth Flintoff, is an impassioned, unsentimental and sharp-witted tribute to the Suffragette cause in this centenary year.
Read a review from the South West Londoner here
Dates and times, October 2018
8th – 13th Wimbledon Library, 7.30pm (except Saturday 1pm PWYD*) – Book tickets
15th Tara Arts, 7.30pm – Book through Tara Arts
23rd Durning Library, Kennington SE11 4HF, 7pm – Book tickets
24th Morden Library, 3pm (PWYD*/Parent and Baby friendly) – Purchase tickets on the door
25th West Barnes Library, 3pm (PWYD*/Parent and Baby friendly) – Purchase tickets on the door
26th Mitcham Library, 2.30pm (PWYD*/Parent and Baby friendly) – Purchase tickets on the door
26th Balham Library, SW12 8QY, 7pm – Book tickets
27th Upper Norwood Library, SE19 1TJ, 7pm – Book tickets
28th Scout Hut, 106 Cottenham Park Rd, SW20 0SX, 2pm (PWYL*) – Book tickets
This project is funded by Arts Council England and Heritage Lottery Fund and supported by Unity Theatre Trust and Merton Council.
Her previous work includes Henry I and Matilda for Reading Between the Lines. As well as also being a director she was previously the Outreach Director of The Watermill.
Valerie trained at Manchester School of Theatre.
Theatre includes Merchant of Venice (Orange Tree Theatre), Mary Stuart (Duke of York’s Theatre), Nell Gwynn (Bridewell Theatre), Coriolanus (Barbican Theatre), Our Country’s Good (Theatre by the Lake, Keswick).
Film includes Sofia’s Diary (Sony Pictures)
Ellen Attwell trained at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Theatre includes The Same Deep Water as Me (Guildhall’s Milton Court Theatre), The Crucible (Guildhall’s Milton Court Theatre), Great Expectations (Guildhall’s Silk Street Theatre), Balm in Gilead (Guildhall’s Silk Street Theatre), King Lear (The Television Workshop) Bassett (Cottesloe, National Theatre and Crucible, Sheffield).
Television includes Vanity Fair (Mammoth for ITV/Amazon)
Emma trained at RADA.
Theatre includes The Rivals (Watermill Theatre), The Woman in the Moon (Shakespeare’s Globe), The Importance of Being Earnest (Theatr Clwyd), Sir Thomas More; Sapho and Phao; The Elder Brother; Fedele and Fortunio; The Scornful Lady and The Coxcomb (all Read Not Dead at Shakespeare’s Globe), Very Nearly Totally F*cked (RADA Festival), Women Redressed (Park Theatre), Henry I (RBL Theatre Co.), Twelfth Night (Pendley Shakespeare Festival) and Uninvited (New Diorama Theatre).
Theatre during training includes Macbeth (Sam Wanamaker Festival), The Beggar’s Opera, Speaking in Tongues, Pains of Youth and The Country Wife.
Film includes Golden Girl (London Film School), aftermath (Succubus Productions) and Christmas Hacks (Baldy Productions).
Radio includes a dramatisation of Beth Flintoff’s play Henry I for BBC Radio.
Sarah Jane Booth
Sarah studied Drama at the University of Exeter and trained on the Motley Theatre Design Course.
She regularly collaborates with Wonderful Beast and Tete a Tete to create new operas. Theatre design credits include: White Guy on the bus (Finborough Theatre); Dead & Breathing (Liverpool Unity & The Albany); The Mrs Mcmoon show (The Egg, Bath); A Tale of Two Cities (Darlington Civic Theatre); Caught (Pleasance Theatre); Grass (Unicorn Theatre and national tour); The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (Park Theatre); A World Elsewhere (Theatre 503); The Fosterling (Ovalhouse); The Poet’s Manifesto (Theatre Royal Stratford East); The Enchanted Story Trail (Bad Physics for RHS Wisley); L’Enfant et les Sortileges, & Wind in the Willows (Iris Theatre, St Pauls, Covent Garden). Sarah also designs for live events and photo shoots with previous clients including Zoella, Playstation, Ray Ban, Assassins Creed Syndicate, Bletchley Park, National Trust and Wellcome Trust.
Trained at Central School of Speech and Drama & Leeds College of Music.
Recent theatre credits include The Political History of Crack and Smack, Spine (Soho Theatre) Food, Just To Get Married, I’m Gonna Pray For You So Hard (Finborough), Ross & Rachael (BAC), Macbeth, Followers (Southwark Playhouse), Penguinpig, Zeraffa Giraffa (Little Angel), Carmen the Gypsy (Arcola), Arthur’s World, The Rest Of Your Life (The Bush), Fair Field, Party Skills for the End of The World, 66 Minutes in Damascus (Shoreditch Town Hall), Brutal Cessation, Dark Room, Screens (Theatre 503), If We Had Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You (Old Red Lion), Strangers In Between (Trafalgar Studios), Eyes Closed Ears Covered (The Bunker), Free Fall (The Pleasance), A Conversation, Stink Foot (The Yard), Heartbreak Hotel (The Jetty)