EntreprenHER Productions was created as a counter culture Enterprise to begin bridging the gender inequality within our entertainment industry. EntreprenHER is a platform to tell female focussed stories By Women, For Women, About Women through the mediums of Theatre, Tv and Film. We stand alone as the only female driven production company to dedicate all of our content to women rights and female issues around the globe. Each project we produce across our three genres is Biographical and acts as a tool to spark conversation, offer an alternative perspective and help give on going support to the real life women affected by the events within our stories.
"Between 2007 and 2015 800 films were made in hollywood between 886 directors... Only 4.1% of them - were women."
“For every 10 west end shows created - 9 are by men"
"In 2014 out of a total 5,799 speaking or named characters 30.9% were female, 69.1% were male.”
"Hidden figures was the 1st live action, non franchise film starring more than one female lead to hit number 1 two weeks in a row at the box office."
"Hidden figures beats La La Land as this years highest grossing oscar movie.”
"The best female star at the BBC is paid a fifth of what its best male star is paid" "Gary Linekar is paid 10 times more than Claire Baldwin at BBC Sports."
Time is of the essence in this absolutely faultless performance from EntreprenHER Productions. Detailing the endless hurdles women have had to face over time, from the start of the suffragette movement in the early 1900s to present day, Natalie Cutler’s very first one-woman show offers hope for the many that still have to be overcome.
It’s an eye-opening performance that is slick, powerful and triumphantly funny. Natalie Cutler is a natural performer who completely commands the stage – her storytelling and characterisation appears effortless. Natalie’s ability to strike a balance between the significance of the themes and the brilliant comedy is superb.
Though Natalie doesn't particularly enjoy calling herself a feminist: in "Not Yet Suffragette" it's shorthand for how she prefers to think of herself, as a "champion of women".
She won the Miss Black Country title back in 2007 and subsequently enjoyed a successful modelling career that took her all over the world.
Don’t mistake her for an airhead though.
She’s got plenty to say about politics and big ambitions to boot – one of them being a Parliamentary career!
Not Yet Suffragette - about how far we haven’t come in terms of equality - made a big splash at the Brighton Comedy Festival last year, winning critical acclaim and an award nomination.
I have no fear that this performance will be booked across the globe,” Lugg wrote. “For any man out there fearing a tongue-lashing, fear not. It is suitable for both men and women – just ask the man in the audience who cried out for an encore.
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EntreprenHER annoucnes partnership with A-sisterhood
EntreprenHER will be working closely with the female focussed Not For Profit organisation to support their work in Empowering, Supporting and Protecting women and girls world wide. For 2018 EntreprenHER will donate 10% of its yearly profit to the organisation, as well as donating £2 from every stream of Not In Vain.
Not Yet Suffragette
Following a successful run at the Brighton Fringe, Natalie Cutler is touring her outstanding performance of Not Yet Suffragette, that explores how ‘not’ far we have come with gender equality since the Suffragette movement.
Not Yet Suffragette
I sat down with Natalie Cutler, an actor, feminist, writer and all-round incredible woman. After finishing drama school at 18, Natalie used her inquisitive nature to mould a career for herself.