Scratchworks Theatre: WOMANS

Category: Entertainment

Start Date: 01/03/2020 16:00

End Date: 01/03/2020 18:00

Location: Martinstown Village Hall

Booking Essential: No

Description: It’s 44BC, Ancient Rome. The Roman Senate has declared our hero, Leta, a traitor. She is given a punishment worse than death ‘Damnatio Memoriae’ – to be erased from history. Whilst noble Gladiators and infamous Emperors around her are becoming legends, her name will be scratched out and forgotten forever. But with the help from some unexpected muses, she decides to rebel against the Republic. A feast for the eyes and the ears with physical comedy, clowning and original music, WOMANS is a raucous & hilarious tale of the first female resistance. Scratchworks is an all-female theatre ensemble from Devon. Using diverse theatrical styles, they create original stories with a unique blend of live music, dynamic movement and farcical comedy. WOMANS is the fast-paced and physical thematic sequel to their award-winning show, Great Train Robbery, focusing on how women are routinely written out of history. Suitable 7+ “A frenzied feminist fiction told through a whirlwind of tightly choreographed theatrical invention” The Stage www.scratchworkstheatre.com Please let us know you saw us on What's On in Dorset!

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