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The government has not announced firm dates for theatres to open in England, though a suggested date for indoor performances to restart has been given as 17 May 2021, with capacity restrictions.
Larger theatres may be back with full capacity audiences from 21 June.
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3 to 14 Nov 2021
Image: Cockpit Theatre
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, their undying determination that made history.
A story to inspire the country to continue the fight for human emancipation.
March on, March on, Face to the Dawn, the Dawn of Liberty!
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Age suitability: 12+
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London NW8 8EH
Performance days & times
Wednesday 3‑Saturday 6November
Monday 8 ‑Thursday 11 November
Saturday 13 ‑ Sunday 14 November 2021**
Author: Beatrice Hyde
Director: Anastasia Revi
Production: Theatre Lab Company