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Sat, 21 Jul


St John the Evangelist, Redhill

She Wears the Trousers, by GASP! Theatre Company

This 1 hour comedy, set in the 1970s, revolves around an unsuccessful weekly meeting of the Canterbury Feminist Society. Written and performed by four female actors. Tickets £10 (£5 age 12-16, £25 family ticket) to include first glass of wine. Redeveloped since 2016 performance.

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She Wears the Trousers, by GASP! Theatre Company
She Wears the Trousers, by GASP! Theatre Company

Time & Location

21 Jul 2018, 19:30

St John the Evangelist, Redhill, Church Rd, Redhill RH1 6QA, UK

About the event

‘She Wears the Trousers’, is about The Canterbury Feminist Society celebrating its first anniversary in the 1970s with still only its four original members; Helen, a bra- burning feminist, Betty, a housewife stuck in the sixties, Gail, who copies everything Helen does, and Cindy, well…no one really knows why Cindy’s there. Thrilled to have made it to their one year anniversary, Helen decides that a protest at the gates of Canterbury Cathedral would be the perfect way to celebrate their achievement. Unbeknown to her, the other three have been planning a very different surprise with disastrous consequences…

GASP! Theatre Company was founded at the University of Kent by Georgina Stafford, Alexandra Saunders-Yates, Sophie Kronenberg and Philippa Holmes. The company is currently in residency there, with the School of Arts. Their first comedy, ‘She Wears the Trousers’, was toured around Kent and Surrey before going on to complete a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016.

The show has since been developed into an hour long play, with a deeper exploration of the characters, drawing even more inspiration from the Italian comedy form ‘Commedia dell’ Arte’. GASP!’s individual and unique style of theatre has progressed, with more emphasis on the socio-political messages in their plays, portrayed through caricatures and absurd situations.

GASP! aims to create comedic performances that are farcical, daring, and intelligently silly. Their aim is to exhibit thought provoking messages that express empowerment through mockery from the female perspective.


  • She Wears the Trousers

    £10 including first glass of wine

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  • She Wears the Trousers 12-16

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  • She Wears the Trousers family

    2 adults, 2 12s-16s

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