Suffragette City | Ought To Be Clowns review
Excerpt from the Ought To Be Clowns review for 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."
"The nature of immersive theatre sadly means that no two journeys will be the same, you might well not have the same light-bulb moment of startling insight that I had. Then again, you might already be aware of how ultimately shallow considering yourself an ally to an adopted cause can be."
"The attention to detail from designers and directors O’Neill/Ross is second to none, and the company miss few opportunities to gently educate and illustrate throughout."
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