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London 1913. Militancy in the Suffragette Movement is at its height. Thousands of women of all classes serve time in Holloway Prison in their fight to gain the vote. Amongst them is Lady Celia Cain who feels trapped by both the policies of the day and the shackles of a frustrating marriage. Inside, she meets a young seamstress, Eve Douglas, and her life spirals into an erotic but dangerous chaos. Her Naked Skin
is set at a crucial moment when, with emancipation almost in sight, women refuse to let the establishment stand in their way .Performers Clementine Medforth (Celia Cain), Chanel Waddock (Eve Douglas), Kiera Lester (Forence Boorman), Katja Quist (Mrs Schliefke/Wardress/Felicity), Charlotte East (Mrs Briggs/Emily Wilding Davison/Suffragette), Jo Patmore (Mary Nicholson/Miss Brint/Suffragette/Wardress/Mrs Major), Holoise Lowenthal (Clara Franks/Mrs Collins/Suffragette/Wardress/Nurse/Waitress), Jake Simmance (William Cain/Guard), Denzel Baidoo (Herbert Asquith/Robert Cecil/Charlie Power/Guard), Michael Dodds (John Seely/Keir Hardie/Potter/Brown/Guard), Akshay Khanna (Edward Grey/Speaker of the House/Hunt/Guard/Dr Vale), Tommy Sim'aan (Augustine Birrell/Waiter/Dr Klein/Guard), Ashley Woodhouse (George Curzon MP/Newspaper Vendor/Guard/Dr Parker).
Author Rebecca Lenkiewicz. Presented by Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Director Sarah Bedi. Director Victor Lirio (assistant). Design Benjamin Thapa. Costume Edoardo Lelli. Lighting Joel Williams. Sound Oliver Wareham. Director Jonathan Howell (fight director). Stage Manager Rosie Tredray.
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