Her Naked Skin archiveLondon 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 .


Author: Rebecca Lenkiewicz
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Work type: Play.


Presented byBristol 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 ManagerRosie Tredray. Performer Clementine Medforth (Celia Cain). Performer Chanel Waddock (Eve Douglas). Performer Kiera Lester (Forence Boorman). Performer Katja Quist (Mrs Schliefke/Wardress/Felicity). Performer Charlotte East (Mrs Briggs/Emily Wilding Davison/Suffragette). Performer Jo Patmore (Mary Nicholson/Miss Brint/Suffragette/Wardress/Mrs Major). Performer Holoise Lowenthal (Clara Franks/Mrs Collins/Suffragette/Wardress/Nurse/Waitress). Performer Jake Simmance (William Cain/Guard). Performer Denzel Baidoo (Herbert Asquith/Robert Cecil/Charlie Power/Guard). Performer Michael Dodds (John Seely/Keir Hardie/Potter/Brown/Guard). Performer Akshay Khanna (Edward Grey/Speaker of the House/Hunt/Guard/Dr Vale). Performer Tommy Sim'aan (Augustine Birrell/Waiter/Dr Klein/Guard). Performer Ashley Woodhouse (George Curzon MP/Newspaper Vendor/Guard/Dr Parker).
15 Feb 20 to 22 Feb 20Circomedia, Bristol :: V053777299
listing details L0114268355


Presented byPats Studio Theatre (BA Actors in Rep). Director Emily Kempson. Design Meg Cunnigham.
14 Nov 18 to 22 Nov 18Ivy Arts Centre, Guildford :: V953010782
listing details L01601206627


Presented byWiltshire Creative. Director Gareth Machin. Design Dawn Allsopp. Lighting Johanna Town. Sound Michael Scott. Music Harry Blake (musical supervisor). Performer Nathan Armarkwei-Laryea. Performer Rebecca Cooper. Performer Abigail Cruttenden. Performer Ewen Cummins. Performer Christopher Ettridge. Performer Lorna Fitzgerald. Performer Robert Hands. Performer Jane How. Performer Simon Markey. Performer Georgina Sutton.
5 Oct 18 to 20 Oct 18Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923
listing details L01756773674


Presented byArtsdepot Actors' Company.
10 Jul 15 to 11 Jul 15Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
listing details L264124957


Company Tower Theatre Company. Director Lesley Strachan.
6 Dec 11 to 10 Dec 11Bridewell Theatre, Inner London :: V171
listing details L316407438


Media Partner for Travelex £10 Tickets - The Independent. Television Media Partner of Travelex £10 Tickets - skyARTS Channel 267.Corporate Sponsor Travelex. Producer National Theatre. Director Howard Davies. Design Rob Howell. Lighting Neil Austin. Sound Paul Groothuis. Music Harvey Brough. Performer Lesley Manville (Celia Cain). Performer Zoe Aldrich (Emily Wilding Davison/Ensemble). Performer Julien Ball (John Seely/Hunt). Performer David Beames (Herbert Asquith/Ensemble). Performer Ken Bones (Doctor Klein/Augustine Birrel). Performer Elicia Daly (Flower Lady/Ensemble). Performer Joe Dunlop (Ensemble). Performer Susan Engel (Florence Boorman). Performer Stephanie Jacob (Mrs Briggs). Performer Ruth Keeling (Wardress/Ensemble). Performer Dermot Kerrigan (Doctor Vale/Ensemble). Performer Barbara Kirby (Mrs Major/Ensemble). Performer Anna Lowe (Felicity/Ensemble). Performer Nick Malinowski (Doctor Parker/Ensemble). Performer Simon Markey (Edward Grey/Ensemble). Performer Pamela Merrick (Mrs Schliefke). Performer Gerard Monaco (Charlie Power). Performer Edward Newborn (Guard/Ensemble). Performer Harriette Quarrie (Miss Brint/Ensemble). Performer Adrian Rawlins (William Cain). Performer Jemima Rooper (Eve Douglas). Performer Stephanie Thomas (Nurse/Ensemble). Performer Tony Turner (Brown/Potter). Performer Robert Willox (Keir Hardie/Cecil). Performer Deborah Winckles (Mrs Collins/Ensemble).
24 Jul 08 to 24 Sep 08Olivier (National Theatre), West End :: V373
listing details L1867826308

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19 Oct 16 to 22 Oct 16Network Theatre, Outer London :: V0172088582
listing details L01585182409

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