Not Yet Suffragette is a one-woman show written and performed by Natalie Ann Cutler. A mix of feminist theatre and stand up comedy exploring how ‘not far’ women’s rights have come since winning the vote.
The story begins on the front lines of WW1 with Flora Sands, the only British woman to have officially served as a solider in the first world war. Documenting women’s struggles from 1920s to present day as they juggle the stereotypes thrown at them by society, with trying to make their own way in the world. Not Yet Suffragette touches on the issues of the Tampon Tax, public breast feeding, marriage, child birth and the Gender Pay Gap before concluding with a musical finale based around the true story of 17 women currently serving life in jail for miscarriage in El Salvador.
“The slick delivery of this production makes it hard to believe that this is Cutler’s first solo attempt at a show.” ★★★★★
“Natalie Cutler has created a high energy and extremely socially and politically relevant piece of theatre that deserves to be seen by a wider audience.”
“A comedic feast with a political edge. Natalie seduces the audience with her very clear and powerful piece. She dives in with issues women face in this modern day society.”
“Natalie has an engaging and charming stage presence, and is fizzing with comedic ideas that have a point as well as being hilarious.”
“Eye opening, thought provoking and very clever.”