CAST members from Wiltshire Creative's production of Her Naked Skin took part in a special procession in Salisbury to celebrate the new show.

The procession took place yesterday evening (Thursday) and made its way from Salisbury Playhouse to the market square and culminated at the statue of Henry Fawcett.

Henry Fawcett was a Liberal MP who campaigned for women’s suffrage and his wife Millicent was memorialised with a statute in Parliament Square in London earlier this year.

The regional premiere of Her Naked Skin runs from October 5 to 20 in the Main House of Salisbury Playhouse and marks 100 years since women won the right to vote.

Women from Wiltshire Creative made a textile banner in the style made by suffragettes for their marches in the early 1900s for the procession.

Rehearsals are well under way for the production of Her Naked Skin. 

The cast includes Abigail Cruttenden, Lorna Fitzgerald, Jane How, Robert Hands, Nathan Armarkwai-Laryea, Rebecca Cooper, Ewen Cummins, Christopher Ettridge, Simon Markey and Georgina Sutton.

Twenty two local women will also appear in the production which takes to the stage next month.

The show is directed by Wiltshire Creative artistic director Gareth Machin.

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