100 YEARS AGO... 


A FAMILY AT WAR

A TRAGEDY AT THE RACES

BLOOD ON THE STREETS

OF LONDON

'My Kingdom For A Horse' is a visceral, austere, and most importantly, historically accurate commemoration of the centenary of the bloodiest year in the history of Women's Independence.

In 1913; Emily Davison threw herself in front of King George V's horse, Emmeline Pankhurst was sentenced to three years penal servitude, and 50,000 women marched in Hyde Park, with unexpectedly violent results.

Through their trademark live actor musicianship and innovative staging, Blind Tiger aims to explore the true story behind the militant, passionate and unashamedly determined women who epitomised the very definition of fighting fire with fire.

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