Womans (Like Romans, but with a ‘W’)
Scratchworks Theatre Company
Thu 01 Jan 1970
Seated | Ages 7+
£10* (£8)* / Family ticket £30*
Its 44BC, Ancient Rome. Our hero, Leta, has been declared a traitor by the Roman Senate. 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 mischievous Muses, she decides to rebel against the Republic.
Follow Letas determined journey to reclaim her place in the history books, from crashing the Colosseum to freeing the slaves, she will go to the ends of the empire to make her mark.
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Scratchworks Theatre Company is an award-winning ensemble of four women who work collaboratively to create highly visual, playful theatre from scratch. Founded in Exeter in 2013, we share a passion for creating original stories that use a diverse mix of physical movement, puppetry and live music to entertain and inspire our audiences.
For the past 6 years, we have been bringing high-quality theatre & inspirational workshops to people all over the UK. We were awarded VAULTs Festival Spirit Award 2017 and nominated for the Charlie Hartill Award 2016 and the IYAF: Best of Brighton Fringe Theatre Award 2017.
Our work is supported by Arts Council England and we are Core Associates of the Exeter Phoenix.
Tue 08 Oct | 4.30pm – 7.30pm | Free (Booking Essential)
Get exclusive ‘behind-the-scenes’ access with the first of our Industry Evening nights. This is a new series of events, committed to opening doors and offering career development opportunities.
A tour of the venue will be followed by an exclusive chance to meet Scratchworks Theatre Company, to ask them all about running a successful theatre company.
Engage with creative professionals and hear about a wide range of creative job opportunities, entry routes, career paths and individual experiences. There will then be the opportunity to participate in a CV surgery with Entertainment Director, Dan Howson before the evening’s show.