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Excerpt from the Onstage Blog review for Suffragette City, London Pavilion

Suffragette City is an immersive experience in which participants are taken back to 1913, and a recreated “Suffragette HQ”. During the hour-long production, participants become actively involved in two Suffragette-style missions. The production is situated in and around the historically-relevant Piccadilly Circus, and the London Pavilion.


Excerpt from the BWW Review for Suffragette City, London Pavilion

five star review

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Excerpt from Rev Stan's Theatre Blog review for Suffragette City, London Pavilion

I'm walking down Jermyn Street trying to look casual while being vigilant. I've got a package to post in my bag and if found with it I could get arrested - I'm a suffragette and this is about 'deeds not words'.

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Keeping to the opposite pavement before double backing towards the post box, all seems clear so I deposit the parcel and head back to HQ via a different route, checking to see if I'm followed.


Excerpt from the review for Suffragette City, London Pavilion

"It is 100 years since the partial granting of the vote to women, and Suffragette City is here to remind us what life was like for women in those days. The London Pavilion that serves as The Women’s Social and Political Union’s (WSPU) headquarters for this project is historically important as it was a meeting place for the suffragettes and was the scene of several of Emmeline Pankhurst’s arrests."


Excerpt from the Mind the Blog review for Suffragette City, London Pavilion

"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. Terrifically performed, and something I thoroughly recommend you try for yourselves."

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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."

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Excerpt from the Gasholder review for Suffragette City, London Pavilion

"It’s February 1912, and Lillian Ball – a working class dressmaker and mother-of-three from Tooting – has just received a letter from Emmeline Pankhurst. Having spent the last few years in the Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU), Lillian is familiar with the suffrage movement, however, the morning’s post brought with it a significant change in stakes – she’d been called to take more militant steps in her pursuit of equality."

Natasha Langridge


Review of In Memory of Leaves, Meanwhile Gardens by Amelia Curran

In Memory of Leaves review

A review excerpt from The Play's The Thing UK by Laura Kressly

"Langridge is a skilled storyteller and In Memory of Leaves is an urgent, necessary work. Her story is angering, yet sadly recognisable to most Londoners. Langridge’s script takes the form of letters, each one dated, to her long-distance love. They are a great mix of joy and rage, including vivid accounts of her political activism and time volunteering in Calais. Langridge delivers them with undeniable passion and energy."

In Memory of Leaves review

Excerpts from Fringe Review by Simon Jenner:

Recommended Show

‘… It’s a unique experience, where Langridge works with Jayne McVeigh on supple fluid movement through the barge’s space, and Lisa Goldberg’s dramaturgy perhaps helps to tighten and interrogate the appalling assault of real events on the heart of an already powerfully-freighted play.’