Apr 13, 2016 Theatre
Kate Sheppard’s successful campaign to win the vote for women changed the world. But it wasn’t easy. Her battle for equality is brought to glorious life as “that bloody woman” takes on political adversary and the bearded bastion of nineteenth-century patriarchy, Richard “King Dick” Seddon. In a kick-ass punk rock opera full of insight, intelligence and infectious tunes, the sparks fly as our most famous suffragette is transformed from a two dimensional head on the $10 note to an in-your-face feminist firebrand raising hell.
Radical, riotous and bursting with wit, this bold new musical experience about one of New Zealand’s greatest heroes is a red-hot hit that pulsates with passion. Book now for your once-in-a-lifetime chance to roll back the years and party like it’s 1893!
Metro has five double passes to Auckland Theatre Company’s That Bloody Woman to give away.
Contest closes May 26. The play runs at SkyCity Theatre from June 9 to 26. atc.co.nz