The Cause Tour Schedule Autumn / Winter 2018

Image by Jim Wileman

Look out for BSL shows in our Autumn/Winter Tour Schedule

South Devon College

19th September, 1.30pm (schools) & 7.30pm (BSL Interpreted)


Tacchi Morris Arts Centre

25th September, 7.30pm (BSL Interpreted)

Book online | 01823 414141


Teignmouth Pavilions 

26th September, 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Book online | 01626 249049


Community Arts Theatre, Tiverton

28th September, 7.30pm

Book online | 07443 502523


Dartington Live

12th October, 7.30pm (BSL Interpreted) & Post-Show discussion

13th October, 2pm and 6pm

Book online | 01803 847070


Salford Arts Theatre

16th Oct, 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Book online | 0161 925011


Gladstone Theatre, Liverpool

17th Oct, 7.30pm

Book online | 0151 643 8757


53two, Manchester

19th Oct, 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Book online


The Plough, Torrington

6th November, 8pm (BSL Interpreted)

Book online | 01805 624624


Torquay Museum

10th November 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Book online | 01803 293975


The House, University of Plymouth

14th, Nov, 7.30pm

Book online | 01752 585050


The Regal Theatre, Minehead

20th November, 7.30pm

Book online | 01643 706430


The Assembly Rooms of Glastonbury

22nd November, 7.30pm

Book online | 0117 929 9008


Exeter Phoenix

14th December, 7.45pm

Book online | 01392 667080

(14th December is the centenary day when women over the age of 30 with a property qualification voted for the very first time. Look our for a range of events and activates around this date)

For further information please contact Tour Manager Kerrie Seymour –

Look out for EqualiTeas from Parliamentary Education & Outreach South West, & other free opportunities on our website to get involved in our touring and participation work.

Find out about Equaliteas here as you they will be part of our touring schedule throughout 2018 thanks to Parliamentary Education and Outreach SW:

“Celebrate your right to vote! We are pleased to be working with UK Parliament’s Education and Engagement service to offer a series of tea parties celebrating the history of the suffrage movement, taking place in a number of venues The Cause will be visiting. These will include a talk on the History of Women and the Vote. So join friends, family, colleagues and neighbours to have a cuppa and a chat about equality!”

You can also find out more about how to get involved with other activities organised by Parliaments Education and Outreach team here:

Supported by Arts Council England’s Strategic Touring programme, Exeter City Council, Foyle Foundation, Ronald Duncan Foundation, Fawcett Devon.