Feminism & Theatre: A Brief History

Feminism & Theatre: A Brief History

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As part of our Vote festival, Sos Eltis and Savannah Whaley discuss feminism and theatre across the last century – looking at the continuities, the revolutions and the inspirations.

Sos Eltis is a fellow and vice-principal of Brasenose College and her work includes Acts of Desire: women and sex on stage, 1800-1930. She is currently researching the literature and theatre of the women’s suffrage campaign. Savannah Whaley is a PhD candidate at King’s College London, currently researching the relationship between gender, performance and activism. She has previously worked with theatre companies Cardboard Citizens and Clean Break.

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

  • Tue 20 Mar 1:00 PM £0.00

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  • Tue 20 March 1:00 PM

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