Emily: An English-Language Noh
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One of the most important moments in women's political history has been reinterpreted in a super interesting way by a Japanese theatre group in its traditional 'noh' form.
'Emily' looks at the life of Herbert Jones, the jockey that killed Emily Davison on 4 June 1913, as the Suffragettes' fight for the female vote intensifies.
Think masks, dances and chanting – all used to tell an unusual part of the story of Suffrage. It's political history – with a weird, worldly twist.