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NT Suffragette image
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"The entire company is admirably committed to their roles, be they Suffragettes (Ariane Barnes, Natasha Langridge & Eleonora Russo), Interrogating Officers (Edward Andrews, Ralph Bogard & Padraig Lynch) or the Arresting Officer (Canavan Connolly)."

 

"It’s definitely an experience to cherish and think over, as a reminder of how lucky we are to not have to fight for these basic rights.

Suffragette City
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Suffragette City, London Pavilion

Do you believe in equality? Would you use violence to achieve your aims? Can you make a rosette? Suffragette City asks all these questions and more in a thought-provoking immersive experience in the heart of Piccadilly Circus.

"There’s nothing quite like a moment of theatre that takes your well-meaning preconceptions and smacks you hard in the face with them but that’s exactly what Suffragette City managed to do for me."

TimeOut Review for The Method
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'The Method' written and directed by Natasha Langridge was performed Upstairs at The Oval House Theatre, London in April and May, 2005.

'The Method' was funded by The Arts Council.

Herald Review for Beverley - A One Woman Show
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Beverley - A One Woman Show
Written, directed and produced by Natasha Langridge

Heroine Beverley, played by Valerie Frances, exhibits a kind of Cinderella complex as she swaps broom, pumpkins and glass slippers for sex, drugs and all-night raves. She dreams of trips to the plastic surgeon and illustrious appearances in Hello! Magazine. Pills have lost their potency - where has it all gone wrong?

What's On London Review for Beverley - A One Woman Show
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Beverley - A One Woman Show
Written, directed and produced by Natasha Langridge

Heroine Beverley, played by Valerie Frances, exhibits a kind of Cinderella complex as she swaps broom, pumpkins and glass slippers for sex, drugs and all-night raves. She dreams of trips to the plastic surgeon and illustrious appearances in Hello! Magazine. Pills have lost their potency - where has it all gone wrong?

The Arts Desk Review fro Shraddha
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The 2012 Olympics spells eviction for the generations of Romany Gypsies living in East London and seventeen year old Pearl Penfold is one of them. As the bulldozers close in, Pearl falls in love with Joe, a boy from the local estate. Can Joe prove himself to Pearl and her family before they are gone forever?

Written by Natasha Langridge Shraddha won the 2010 Meyer-Whitworth Award with great praise:

TimeOut Review for Beverley - A One Woman Show
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Beverley - A One Woman Show
Written, directed and produced by Natasha Langridge

Heroine Beverley, played by Valerie Frances, exhibits a kind of Cinderella complex as she swaps broom, pumpkins and glass slippers for sex, drugs and all-night raves. She dreams of trips to the plastic surgeon and illustrious appearances in Hello! Magazine. Pills have lost their potency - where has it all gone wrong?

Pink Paper Review for Beverley - A One Woman Show
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Beverley - A One Woman Show
Written, directed and produced by Natasha Langridge

Heroine Beverley, played by Valerie Frances, exhibits a kind of Cinderella complex as she swaps broom, pumpkins and glass slippers for sex, drugs and all-night raves. She dreams of trips to the plastic surgeon and illustrious appearances in Hello! Magazine. Pills have lost their potency - where has it all gone wrong?

Evening Standard Review for Beverley - A One Woman Show
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Beverley - A One Woman Show
Written, directed and produced by Natasha Langridge

Heroine Beverley, played by Valerie Frances, exhibits a kind of Cinderella complex as she swaps broom, pumpkins and glass slippers for sex, drugs and all-night raves. She dreams of trips to the plastic surgeon and illustrious appearances in Hello! Magazine. Pills have lost their potency - where has it all gone wrong?