Old Vic Theatre, 103 The Cut, London, SE1 8NB.
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- Part of the arts programme for the First World War centenary
- Playing at the iconic Old Vic Theatre, London
- Directed by Kate Prince
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Sylvia Theatre Show Information
See this profound and inventive show live in London
Co-written by Kate Prince and Priya Parmar with original music by Josh Cohen and DJ Walde, Sylvia is a modern musical celebrating the life of Sylvia Pankhurst, her pivotal role in the campaign for women’s rights and the price of the passion and politics that tore her family apart.
Votes for Women and a fractured family at a momentous hour in British history. 100 years after the first women in Britain were granted the vote, Kate Prince brilliantly combines dance, hip hop, soul and funk to shed new light on a remarkable and moving story at the heart of the Suffragette movement.
History of Sylvia
The show supports the Mayor’s #BehindEveryGreatCity campaign to celebrate the centenary of the first women winning the right to vote and tackle gender inequality in London. On the 4th March 2018 Sylvia took to the stage at Trafalgar Square to welcome the 5,000 women and men who marched from the Houses of Parliament in support of gender equality.
Evenings: Monday - Saturday: 7.30pm
Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday: 2.30pm
Running time: TBC
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: The Theatre Is Approximately Three Minutes Walk From Waterloo Station, Served By The Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee And Waterloo &Amp; City Tube Lines, As Well As The South West National Rail Line. Exit Via Exit 2 (Waterloo Road) And Turn Right; The Old Vic Is Straight Ahead Of You, Approximately 220 Steps Away.
Name: Waterloo East, Served By The South Eastern National Rail Line, Is A Five Minute Walk Away.
Also The Theatre Is A Five Minutes Walk From Southwark Station (Jubilee Line) And 15 Minutes Walk From Blackfriars Station (District And Circle Lines, And South Eastern National Rail Line). All These Stations Are In Zone 1.
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