"A thoroughly immersive experience, Suffragette City certainly requires a good dose of active participation and willingness to play the game to be fully enjoyed. From engaging with the Suffragettes (Ariane Barnes, Natasha Langridge, and Eleonora Russo), to standing up to the arresting officer (Canavan Connolly) and talking back to the police (Edward Andrews, Ralph Bogard, Padraig Lynch), it's mostly based on reception and prompts."
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.
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).
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Suffragette in the Snow: The National Trust & National Archives create a Suffragette City; an experience marking 100 years since the partial granting of the vote to women.
The immersive experience uses National Archive records to recreate the life of a real Suffragette activist, Lillian Ball, a dressmaker and mother from Tooting. The Exhibition is at The Pavilion, 1 Piccadilly Circus in Central London (8th - 25th March, 2018).
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."