Laurielorry Theatre Company present

Alice In Her Shoes





Always and always facing towards the light

I have a voice and I will use it!” is the mantra of Alice Hawkins, mother of six, shoe machinist, equal rights activist and suffragette. Alice joined the band of many women in the fight for their right to vote. .. Arrested five times, served time in Holloway and Leicester. She rubbed shoulders with the Pankhurst’s and in 1907 set up the Women’s Social and Political Union in Leicester.

Be part of the revolution and meet Alice at the Town Hall. A community of voices and brave soldiers of suffrage with banners in hand will lead the clarion call processing through the streets with heads held high singing loud the suffragette battle cry… VOTES FOR WOMEN!

2pm meet outside the Town Hall in Leicester to join the procession and march with Alice to Curve.
2.45pm Alice will take to the stand in the Studio and there her story unfolds!

Age Guidance 10+
Running time: 115 mins including march from Town Hall.


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Credits & Acknowledgments

Laurielorry Theatre Company

Written and performed by Elaine Pantling
Directed by Pete Shenton
Musical Director Janet Wood
Mentor: Andy Barrett
Photography and Design Woody Kitson
Textile Designer Cherrilyn Tyler


Supported by Grants for the Arts, Leicester City Council, Big Difference Company and Westcotes Ward

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