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Woman and War (London)

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Date & Time
Date(s) - Wed 22nd Nov 17
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Feminist Library

Women and War: the West End and the Western Front

Part of the Being Human Festival.

A few days after the outbreak of the First World War, women began setting up organisations to help those in need—organisations that grew and diversified throughout the war years. Take part in a special living literature walk from Westminster to Covent Garden that explores the work of women in wartime through site-specific performances, autobiographical writing and new work commissioned by Dr Naomi Paxton and feminist production hub Scary Little Girls.

Please book onto a specific walk as numbers are limited to 15 in each time slot.

Each walk will last approximately 75 minutes, starting at the Feminist Library and ending in the Covent Garden area.

Tickets are free but to secure your place, book now!