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Whitgift Centre, Croydon

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Join us for the very first sharing of Croydon Cycle Theatre's brand new show. 

Rosa May Billinghurst was a suffragette who wreaked havoc though out South London for a good cause, whilst also diligently supporting the women and children in the local poor house with education, food and emotional support. She fulfilled her busy schedule of delivering food parcels, bombing letter boxes, protesting at parliament and smashing glass windows (and ceilings) with the assistance of her trusty tricycle- a brilliant adapted bike that gave her back the mobility she lost to polio. 

This first ever, relaxed sharing of this interactive show will also have a Q+A session. 

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Whitgift Centre



Croydon Cycle Theatre

Theatre on the High Street is a wheelchair accessible venue.

This is a drop in event and relaxed (meaning you can come and go throughout if you wish)

This event is Pay What You Can.