We are delighted to welcome Graeae Theatre Company to Rose Bruford College who will be performing as part of our 2019 Symposium


Graeae Theatre Company presents: AND OTHERS

And Others brings to life the voices of women who fought for suffrage but whose stories have been lost to history. Weaved together with the voices of D/deaf and disabled women living today, And Others celebrates the achievements of the past while being a rallying call to action to fight for a better tomorrow.

A new play curated by award-nominated writer Chloe Todd-Fordham, Stewart Pringle and Dr Susan Croft, And Others was developed in collaboration with the National Theatre to mark the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote in 2018.

Directed by Rose Bruford College Fellow Jenny Sealey and performed by an all-female cast, this is a semi-staged rehearsed reading, which was originally performed as part of the NT’s Courage Everywhere season in November 2018.

“Bold, critical, playful and crucial” Exeunt

Performance Date
Tuesday 16 April 2019

Rose Theatre

Performance Times

16.00 – 17.00
17.00 – 17.30 Post Show Discussion

19.30 – 20.30
20.30 – 21.00 Post Show Discussion

Standard ticket – £5
Concessions (65+, Non RBC Students) – £3

Recommended age 14+

Rose Bruford College students can reserve complimentary tickets via the Symposium website.

We are offering a number of complimentary tickets to organisations, schools and colleges. Please email [email protected] for further information and to book.

Proceeds from all ticket sales and an audience collection will be donated to Graeae’s Ensemble Programme funding campaign.


The performance will be BSL interpreted and captioned.

Photo credit: Ellie Kurttz, photos from 2018 cast at National Theatre.


Cast and Production Team

Jacqui Adeniji-Williams
Tracey Anderson
Jodi-Alissa Bickerton
Amelia Cavallo
Kelsey Gordon
Beth Hinton-Lever
Awa Jagne
Barbara Lisiki
Jenny Sealey

On-Stage Sign Language Interpreters:
Jude Mahon
Caroline Richardson
Omoyele Thomas

On-Stage Access Workers:
Stella Farina
Oliver Roxon