Venue Visitor Centre
Event hosted by Dreadnought South West
When: Friday October 5 – Friday October 12, 9am-5pm (during Visitor Centre opening times)
About this event
A Heritage Lottery Funded project created by Dreadnought South West, to build the ﬁrst community archive collection of oral histories about the activism of women in the South West.
This is the centenary year of the very ﬁrst votes made by women. Dreadnought South West have built a contemporary archive of stories that illuminate and inspire. Come ﬁnd out about this rich heritage and find connections to the women’s suffrage campaign from 100 years ago.
The Rebellious Sound Archive is designed to look like a voting booth and excerpts from the oral histories collected have been loaded on to interactive voting cards. Listeners put on a pair of headphones and choose a voting card to place in the slot, unlocking hidden and untold stories of women’s activism.
The Cause – An overture of Rebellion and Revolt
1913. Revolution stings the air. In an orchard, two women meet in secr...
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