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From the cotton mills of the Lancashire hills to the big smoke of London, we follow Annie, a young mill lass as she fights for her right to vote.
However, the fight for change is never easy, and young Annie must learn to defend herself and her fellow suffragettes from those that seek to stop them.
Suffrajitsu tells the story of one young girl and how she learns that being small doesn't mean you can't change the world.
Inspired by the real lives of suffragettes, this is the story of a movement that divided the nation.
Suffrajitsus used Jiu Jitsu to protect themselves from arrest and police brutality, and ultimately helped win the fight to give women the vote!
Combining original music, puppetry and some graphic novel style 'Ka-Pows!', Suffrajitsu shows you that you too can change the world, no matter who you are.
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London N1 2DN
Performance days & times
Previews 8 - 15 February:
£8 Full-price Adults
£7 children & concessions
£14 Full-price Adults
All tickets £7 at 4.30pm on Sundays 26 May & 2 June
Friday Fives: all tickets £5 at 5pm on Fridays
Saturday 6 July, 2.30pm
Author: Ruthie Boycott-Garnett
Composer: Cath Tyler
Director: Esther Ferry-Kennington
Set designer: Emma Brierley
Puppetry: Emma Brierley; Alastair Price (shadow puppets)
Production: Little Angel Theatre and Horse + Bamboo Theatre