Croydon Cycle Theatre


Review: The Village, Maternal Mental Health Week at Matthews Yard, Wednesday 2nd May

Posted on May 8th, by Liz Sheppard-Jones in Culture. No Comments

Sisters are naming it for themselves – Croydon Cycle Theatre looks at the reality of birth and new motherhood

We always live in modern times. When my babies were born in 2001 and 2003, the world was packed with awesome inventions and bristled with cutting-edge tech. Transformed by fresh insights, we scorned the hidebound ways of the past.

Except that my phone was a Nokia. My … Read More »



Event review: Up The Women! by the Croydon Bicycle Theatre

Posted on February 23rd, by Neil Ridulfa in Culture. No Comments

Croydon Bicycle Theatre hosts Up the Women!, an evening celebrating female achievement on the 109th anniversary of the first votes for some women in the UK

Charging at police with her crutches attached as battering rams on her wheelchair, Rosie May Billinghurst, the so-called Crippled Suffragette, didn’t just attend suffrage rallies. She made an impact that inspires women’s rights campaigners to this day. However, would she be able to do … Read More »